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... endless immigration queue. 40 minutes later we arrived into the US and walked straight back around to leave it, via another stupid queue - border control and security. Bizarre. At least next time we'll be able to skip the arrival queue and use the ETSA terminals.
Sadly no time to try out the apparently beautiful Qantas Lounge because our flight was already boarding.
Just over half an hour late we lifted off and were on our way to New York. ...
... as accepting of people who do their own thing. It seems such a pool of completely different people here that there isn't such thing as normal which I thought was great.
We carried along more to the santa barbara peir which is a big peir on the beach with a theme park type thing on the end of it. I also believe it is the end of the famous route 66. We had to head back quickly to put some more money in the parking meter as we didn't want to get in trouble ...
... choice staying at Jack London Square instead of Emeryville, which is a bit out of the way for local touring. He and his wife (she didn't come in for lunch) had followed the summers all year but now had to both go back to work in a fortnight. He said they just drifted from place to place as they wanted, and sampled South America, Europe and Thailand as well as Australia. Sounded like a great trip.
I had a couple of cans of a local beer called Pabst after lunch, ...
... We've only got a few days here so it was important we go the touristy stuff done quick. Hollywood has a lot of weirdos, lots of people talking to themselves and lots of hobos sleeping on the streets as people walk by, we didn't see a lot of that in most of the places we've been to, it's weird how Los Angeles seems to be one of the dirtiest places we've been to. Photos: Los Angeles ...
souvenirs while we travel and encouraging the kids to do the same.
There is no point in spending money on things we'll never use or look
at again if it can be spent on entry fee into another adventure
somewhere down the track. So I am doing pressed pennies and magnets.
The pressed pennies cost 51 cents, you put in 2 quarters and 1 penny
and out pops the pressed penny souvenir. Cheap and one each place
won't set us ...