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Are You a Tourist Coming In From Out Of Town?
We love our out of town tattoo customers ? We get a lot of out of town customers flying to Los Angeles to get tattooed by us from all over the globe (many from Australia). We appreciate our out of town guests, especially when we see them year after year. It’s a fun experience to hear from them about where they live and how things are going in other parts of the world.
We always recommend the Garland hotel to friends and family.We highly recommend when coming in from out of town that you stay at The Garland Hotel formerly the Beverly Garland Holiday Inn. Make sure to visit the pool at night!. The hotel is within walking distance of Studio City Tattoo. It’s a beautiful place to stay in a safe neighborhood. The Garland is the hotel we have our friends and relatives stay at when they are in town.
The Garland Hotel –
HOLLYWOOD GLAMOUR MEETS RETRO-CHIC
The time has only improved this historic resort in the heart of LA. In 1970, legendary Hollywood actress Beverly Garland, and her husband Fillmore Crank discovered this bucolic seven-acre property and knew they wanted to create a hideaway for friends, family, and guests. Together with Las Vegas hotel impresario, John Kell Houssels Jr., they decided to build a Hollywood hotel that was an oasis within the high-energy excitement of Los Angeles. In 2000, the Beverly Garland Hotel was handed down to their son James, whose unpretentious, a sophisticated style influenced the expansion of the hotel into an actual resort. Chic, relaxed and centrally located, guests here are close to the Hollywood landmarks, famous attractions, and world-renowned business epicenters, all while being ensconced within the urban paradise the Garland family created. Today, The Garland has been reimagined and renovated with a hip new restaurant, cool décor, manicured outdoor parks and fresh ideas. Check in and check it out.
When visiting Los Angeles, there are major icons to visit Disneyland, Universal Studios, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, the Hollywood Sign and eating at In N Out Burger or Pinks Hot Dogs. When calling The Garland Hotel make sure you tell them Studio City Tattoo recommended them! Here is their number (818) 980-8000.You can catch shuttles from the Garland Hotel to Universal Studios and Universal City Walk.
And of course, Disneyland and The Pirates of the Caribbean!
A Pirate Life we live or A Pirate’s For Us!
Gallivant inside a grand southern manor and board a small barge within a stone-wall fortress for a spellbinding adventure. Through a shadowy grotto, escape past the Blue Bayou restaurant before sliding down a waterfall into the ghostly graveyard of fallen rapscallions—your gateway to the Golden Age of Piracy.Behold boisterous buccaneers drunk on the spoils of plundering during your approximate 15-minute cruise amid the New World. Sing along as windswept pirates serenade you with their classic anthem, “Yo Ho, Yo Ho (A Pirate’s Life for Me).” And even spy a sly Captain Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean film series along the way, as he secretly attempts to get his hands on the town’s treasures. If Ye Be Seekin Adventure…
On your treacherous voyage through the 17th century, you’ll come face-to-face with the rowdy rogues who ruled many a seaport town under the watchful eye of “Jolly Roger.” Be on the look-out for: • Pirates Grotto
Home to Dead Man’s Cove and Hurricane Lagoon, this haunted realm recalls the struggles Pirates endured on the open seas.• The Fort
Navigate through a dark bay, where a foggy Caribbean fort and a striking 12-gun galleon—helmed by Captain Barbossa—are locked in battle.• Town Square Sail straight past a crowded marketplace of rambunctious scalawags, gleefully bidding in an auction for a bride.• Burning City Looters and Buccaneers sing a song of jubilation as flames engulf a seaside town.•
Trapped in a jail cell, freebooters attempt to lure a smart canine within reach to nab the prison keys he has in his mouth.Dead men tell no tales, indeed!New Stowaways Aboard the Classic Attraction Recently updated, Pirates of the Caribbean now includes famous faces from the exciting film series it inspired. During your pillagin’ adventure, keep a sharp eye out for the likes of Captain Jack Sparrow, Captain Barbossa, Davy Jones and Blackbeard.
A Treasure for the Ages
Pirates of the Caribbean is considered by many to be one of the most spectacular attractions ever created for a theme park.The attraction was originally conceived as a wax museum and a walk-through adventure. But following the success of Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress at 1964 New York World’s Fair, Walt Disney and his team of Imagineers decided that Audio-Animatronics—Walt’s latest animation technology—was the most imaginative way to tell a rousing pirate story.On March 18, 1967, Pirates of the Caribbean opened at Disneyland Park. Thanks to the many highly detailed scenes, lavish special effects and memorable characters, the attraction earned rave reviews and has remained a beloved classic, even spawning the blockbuster film series starring Johnny Depp.