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... thing...who knows? Iggy Azalea was also there watching her Boyfriend Nick Young play, who was probably the best player for the Lakers on the night - yes! even better than Kobe.
Today we are up bright and early for Universal Studios. I have been before but Billy hasn't so it was interesting to see the differences in the experience from what I remember. Again with my amazing abilities in navigating we took to metro and then caught the free ...
... as many GPS units incorrectly sent people up this road. Ah well, at least we were not in a hurry.
On the correct road we soon parked and joined the many others getting the ‘Hollywood’ ...
... off at Target, Kohl, Macy's and Nordstrom at another shopping centre. Managed to find our way home.
At Target they have a very strange elevator for the shopping trolley - see photo.
I did a load of washing as we are going to Disneyland tomorrow then off to Canada the next day. Guess where we went for dinner, yep, Denny's! Not much around here and we will be eating well for the rest of our ...
... holiday we drove a grand total 4313.7 miles. This was only 600 more than our original itinerary, worked out using Google Maps at home.
LA airport is a bit behind our local Gatwick with regard to shops and restaurants (there's pretty much nothing) but thankfully the time went quite quickly and before we know it it's time to board our Air New Zealand flight home.
We had upgraded our ticket to include the economy skycouch ...
... office which provided a guide to seeing the covered bridges of the area.These varied in size and structure but were interesting and attractive remnants of mainly early 20th century building.
We started in the town at the Centennial Bridge. This had been built in 1987 to commemorate the centenary of the town . This is small and only for pedestrians but is typical of the constructions. We then drove a short way to a Swing Bridge. This is not covered but ...