Los Feliz Lodge
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... LA will ever reveal to you all of its many facets.
The city has for so long been the epicentre of American film and has been shown so many different times and in so many different ways on screen. Yet, strangely, it is a difficult city to get to know intimately. Unlike old-world cities with their compact, walkable centres, which often welcome you in with their cosy vernacular architecture ...
... and see the staples arena. The basketball arena was not all that far from us so we strolled around the grounds but unfortunately did not see a game. We passed the shops and decided to pick up a cooked roast chicken for a change. We also picked up some all ready roasted veg. We got back in to our hotel to dig straight into it. It was only then we remembered we had to use plastic knives and forks, let me tell you, it is very hard (and messy)to carve a chicken with a ...
After coming back from San Francisco, I spent the last few days in LA enjoying the tourist sights. I also enjoyed spending time with one of my mentors and watching him in his element, which was leading a church. In order to knock off a few things off my 'list', I designated my last Saturday as the big adventure day. I hired a car and took my mentor's kids out for the day and here is a list of things we did... 1. Breakfast @ Phillipe's ...
... We borrowed their bikes to make our way to the beach. Unfortunately I dropped my sunglasses and stood on them!! They are still in one piece but one of the arms had bent the other way round so is a bit fragile now. I'll have to see if I can find an opticians in Hawaii maybe! Doug's bike was also very high (the seat) and we couldn't get it down for a while but finally managed to. The ride down to the beach ...
... of time left to actually go out and do stuff. We were staying in the Downtown area which was quite run down and full of homeless people. I didn't like the area much but we got dinner just down the road from the hotel in a nice restaurant. The portion size are massive in the US! We felt so full and could barely move after our meals. While we were unpacking our stuff we realised we'd left some of our washing hanging on the fench by the beach in Fiji! It was ...