Hollywood Guest Inn
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... returned to LAX to check in for our flight home. We didn't manage to get Business Class which was disappointing, and would have made all the previous dramas feel better. But getting economy for our flight home was all we needed at that stage!
After a sensational Panda Express dinner, Ted and I boarded for our 15 hour flight home. Even though the aeroplane was cold, there was a crying baby, and it was a real feat climbing over people to get to the bathroom, we were ...
... go! Then we landed. It didn't take us long through customs and you hear lots of stories about LAX. Where we checked through was tiny and they only had four people on processing cattle class. Hand, finger and thumb print scanners. The guy who I ended up with seemed a jerk from afar. He's already ejected one passenger for trying to go through customs at the same time as their friend. Are your related? Then go back to line he spat at her. My turn. He says 'how's it ...
... For the main course I chose the NY Strip with the au poivre sauce. The steak was a bit of a disappointment considering the price—it was half gristle/fat and for the price and quality of steak house they bill themselves as I would expect better. It tasted good, but I was not impressed with the quality. I then rounded out the night with the Chocolate Bomb which is a lava cake served with mint chocolate chip ice cream. I prefer Hy’s Steak House for the meal ...
We were staying in Hollywood, and naively thought that it would be easy to find and well signposted. Turns out it is not. We got stuck in a lot of traffic and very lost among the streets of Downtown LA. We asked in a petrol station and a shop but nobody knew how to get to Hollywood. Eventually a guy said we just carry on down this one road, but he was far from convincing so we found a McDonalds and used their Wi-Fi. Once you know where you are ...
... Every park is different and have the 'WOW' factor, just when you think you couldn't see anything different, around the next corner is yet another stunning surprise.
Hi-lights for me was Beale Street, Memphis & Beartooth Pass. For Ange, the Deadwood area which includes Mt Rushmore & Crazy Horse, Snapper was pretty impressed with Cody & Yellowstone, he was happy once we had our close encounter with Bison. Jac is torn between Deadwood ...