Picks and Pans Review: Stars' Homes, Los Angeles
If you want to see Suzanne Somers or Burt Reynolds, don't invest $5 in a "Souvenir Map and Guide to Starland Estates and Mansions" and navigate the family through Beverly Hills and Bel Air. The maps are basically schematics that won't save you from infinite wrong turns and cul-de-sacs. Even the lucky tourist who stumbles on, say, Rod Stewart's place at 391 Carol wood Drive will see only wrought-iron gates and a high brick wall topped by hedges. Fans of an older generation will also admire Doris Day's green thumb: Her hedge is 14 feet high. Then there is Gregory Peck's place, which barely offers a glimpse of shingled roof. One is more likely, in any event, to meet local police out to discourage rubberneckers. Remember, too, that most stars will not let you in to use the bathroom. There are no public facilities for miles.
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