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... will see them again. My fingers are crossed that my sister meets us in the USA.
Off we head to the US of A and much fun was had here, time spent with family, some sightseeing and a wee bit of shopping.
We arrived Christmas day and dear darling Jay had booked us a rental car but as we arrived into LA airport the questioned was asked of which company he booked the car through and low and behold he had no idea. Let’s just say from then on I have taken over ...
... but the rain made it difficult to stay focused.
After the parade we walked about 30 seconds to the Hollywood Hard Rock Cafe for dinner. My god - best meals ever. I got the legendary Hollywood burger, which had 2 beef patties, a pattie made of mac & cheese + jalapeņo, lettuce, bbq hickory pulled pork, bacon, cheese, tomato, with a serving of sweet potato French fries. Carol got the Texas, which was bbq hickory pulled ...
... through horrendous traffic to get to a bike shop - to refix Matt's bike that wasn't fixed properly in Flagstaff - then walked for miles to find a fricking bar that served beer past dozens of beauty salons, organic tea cafés and yoga shops. Exhaustingly **** day, but great beer, pizza and wine when we finally found somewhere to eat. Friday 30th October. Santa Monica to Los Angeles Airport Hotel. California mugs us off again. Having paid for a free breakfast with our room, we head ...
... bliss instead of two nights of hugging our passports and dollar under our pillows in fright in a dive hostel in Downtown LA.
The Marriott was pure lush! Overly friendly staff, gigantic beds littered with luminous white pillows for your body to effortlessly sink into, a stunning view of freeways and palm trees forming the path towards Beverley Hills, HUOGE bath in an all-marble bathroom, no bed bugs, no screeching backpackers, just me, my ...
... take up more room on the trains. Also, my observation on the four trips I have now done on the VIA Rail Eastern Corridor is that only a small minority of the travelers on these trains actually have large bags, so there is always plenty of space on the train. VIA Rail need to take a good look at themselves.
Now for the big one, we got to Fallowfield without incident and took a taxi to Ottawa International Airport. First hint of a problem was that last night ...