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... to another. We took a lot of photos here. Then back along the other side of the lake to the last one on the list, the Currin Bridge. Similar to the others it is distinguished by having white portals but red sides. It is also a little narrower than the rest.
Peter drove us back to Eugene but we went to the Whiteaker area to the Oakside Brewery for a drink. These boutique breweries are very popular here and this was a modern structure with a spacious ...
... me for winning the football world cup :D
So, regarding accommodation I had planned to stay at Sam's place in Venice Beach, a very hip and prestigous neighborhood in LA close to the beach. Sam had invited me after I posted an open last minute couch request on couchsurfing for LA. He had recommended me to go to his place by Uber, a chauffeur service at taxi rates or sometimes even cheaper. I was registered with Uber and even had a free ride in my ...
... if LA are that it's amazing and everyone is so so so friendly and helpful! However there seem to be ALOT of weirdos who shout random things at you! and despite the glamorous citizens and the sky scrapers you can't ignore the number of homeless people too!
So far my overall impressions of LA are that it's amazing and everyone is so so so friendly and helpful! However there seems to be ALOT of strange people who shout random things at you, continuously light matches ...
... Ryan spots Hollywood sign first which gets him back in good spirits. Cirsty and Ryan are in competition to get the best shot of the famous sign. Pair jump off the bus so they can walk the Hollywood walk of fame. The pair are
tempted to run the walk of fame due to fear when they realise that they may have got off the bus a few blocks early. Ryan finds a few celebrities names that he knows. Cirsty ...
... made one last, it was $$$$). This was the hotel where Jim Belushi had died and I considered my visit a respect paying exercise. It was a quiet Sunday night affair with only a sleazy English guy at the bar trying it on with the barkeep gloating about how he made 100,000 here, 100,000 there.
There were also 3 young ladies sat in a booth who must have been models, each of them over six foot, good-looking but not pretty and drunk taking photos of themselves. They were ...