Soap opera fans may recognize that building way in the distance as "General Hospital," a name we also used to call it many years ago. The real name is USC-Los Angeles County Medical Center. The old building is no longer used, a new replacement hospital was build next door.
A view looking up the Hollywood Freeway with the cathedral on the left and the new high school on the right.
This is a monument to Fort Moore which stood on this hill back in the early days of the city's history. When I was a kid, there was a waterfall pouring over that wall. The water hasn't flowed for at least 30 years now.
When the film industry is in high gear, these yellow signs are a familiar sight. They point out the parking area that the crews are supposed to use for the shoots. The one on top is for the show "Common Law." The other two must be for commercials or pilots that haven't been picked up yet.
If you'd like to see more, check out our first Walking in L.A. post. If all this walking has made you hungry, check out our Three Meals a Day...All Across L.A. video report.
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