Elaine's Hollywood Bed and Breakfast
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We were up early this morning as we were being picked up at 715am to go to Universal Studios. We went via the Lux Bus depot to pick up more passengers and then we got on our way. It took 2hrs in LA traffic to reach Hollywood, Alex and I can't believe that people in LA do that each morning and don't complain.
We walked into Universal and found a program with the shows for the day. We had been advised to go straight to the backstage studio tour as it is ...
... to see the planetarium and all the displays, but we thoroughly enjoyed what we did see. This was a bit more our style and speed!
Our last stop of the day long tour was at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Wow. Some people love it...we all hated it! What a tourist trap! We were let off in front of a store (where we could use their restrooms), and we were right down the street from the Chinese Theatre, El Capitan Theatre and other attractions. There ...
... The ColdStone was nice and as we entered we were releived to find that only a couple people were in front of us (Being in a city, you learned to be happy with the little things like no lines). We got in line and I happened to glance at the tall man in front of us. He had a sling on his shoulder and was wearing cut off shorts, fuzzy slip on shoes, a white tee shirt, and a black snap-back hat on. He seemed familiar to me and it took me a second to ...
... it was an oceanview. Carol got a blueberry slushy, made with real blueberries, and I ordered a gingerbread smoothie, which was also awesome.
We walked more and checked out the pier shops. We then followed into the mini theme park they have on the Santa Monica Pier, took a ride on the roller coaster over the ocean. Pretty hectic that was. We only paid for one, but she let us go twice :)
... through immigration entry and heading to the luggage carousel I heard a familiar whistle, and despite not expecting to see Nomes until having cleared customs - there she was waiting in the luggage hall. A shared delight to be sure. She got the "Dad hug" she (and I) had been waiting for and as we waited for the luggage to arrive we caught up on the most recent happenings and travel stories. She had flown down from Washington DC via Miami and ...