Later visited Rodea Drive and Wilbury. Bought five handmade ties in Beverly Hills.
Moving in direction LA Downtown. Shopping at Macy's at Beverly Hills Center. Whenever I go to USA I shop at Macy's - New York City, Las Vegas or Los Angeles. Big offer, good price. So I can say, what California's governator said: "I'll be back!". When the clerk (female, friendly) made the bill I said, that I pay with credit card. She said: "No problem, Sir, I will change it". I murmured "My god, You sound like a Us-president".
A little walking and the shopping in Melrose Avenue. Found a great shop named MOIST (www.moistware.com). The saleswoman is from Belarus, speaks and understands Russian. She showed me two other shops connected: PREMIUM and another MOIST. And in every I shopped, or should I say I let the credit card glow. Compared with last time I was here, Melrose seems to go down the drain. A lot of shops are closing down and some shops are free for rent. At PREMIUM the owner of all three shops, a woman from Ukraine, told me that with the crisis so many shops give up.