Considering all the eating I had resorted to I decided I needed more walking to wear it all off so off it was to the Hollywood walking tour. Interestingly, I was one of the least eligible candidates to be on this tour really. A lot of the other members of the group were serious TV show crazies so they knew what the guide was talking about when he pointed to places where One Tree Hill or Dawson's Creek had shot. I really only knew where the movies had been filmed, a few, maybe...again, this is a walking tour so comfy shoes and clothes are the order of the day if you decide to do this. It appeared we had just missed some shooting earlier that day in the historic district but our guide took us all around the area and it was kinda funny to see people cutely posing at places where their fave show characters had shot at. Among the many movies shot here include Iron Man 3, Sleeping with the Enemy, We're the Millers, and 28 Days. He even spotted a few movie scouts looking for locations for some recent productions. The tour is at least and hour and a half and goes all around the district. The good part is pretty much all the activities start at the river front so you just need to show up and figure out your tour for the day. The not so good part if you think of it is only that it can be a long walk if you are not prepared so definitely do not carry heavy bags on this trip. It is outdoors so dress for the weather but take your camera with you if you watch shows on TV because you will want to take pictures everywhere and will probably recognize many spots as well. I followed this with the wine hour at the inn and then a stroll over to 123 Princess St for dinner at Manna. They serve new american cuisine and they are pretty good at it. Posh place, nice ambience, upper end dining but the food was fantastic. They do have a seasonal menu you cans ee online so plan to eat, and eat well, before you go!