Mandy'S Bed And Breakfast
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... into the driveway. I noticed however that Kate had parked her car across the driveway so I had to drive across the lawn to get the car in. We turned the car off and a random, concerned looking asian man came out to greet us. This is when we came to the realisation that we had come to the wrong house and had just driven through the guys lawn. He asked us "you didnt drive across the lawn did you?" with an unimpressed look on his face. I was like "umm yeah..." He ...
... arrived mid afternoon it wasn't too bad and we made our way towards the closest metro station.
We spent most of our days here at Santa Monica beach and Venice beach, we could not get enough of the relaxed vibes. There was always something happening roller discos to ultimate dodgeball were any passer bye could just join in. Everyone was so relaxed and happy in each others company whether they were complete strangers or friends. We loved watching ...
... lead to nowhere. Very mysterious.
For the avid train buff, the train also traverses quite a few of the long sweeping bends where you can take photos of the classic view of a train curling back on itself. I'll try and include a few of better shots about this with the photos.
After dinner, it was just a matter of awaiting our arrival at Jack London square (more about him in the next entry) and finding our hotel.
We did arrive about 10.15pm (only ...
... She politely denied my seat but her husband jumped at the chance. Her and I held onto the vertical poles as the tram ascended 3/4 of a mile and 881 feet above sea level up a mountain. It glided at the edge of the mountain as we looked down in awe as we could see the entire city of LA and beyond. It was very early in the morning so there were only a handful of people aboard, as the museum was just barely opening. That was a ...
... were coming and it went to answer machine. When we
pulled up just before 9pm there was no one at the office. We wandered
around trying to find information about what to do, considering
whether it was legal to park up and leave a note on our window saying
we'd pay them in the morning. Someone saw us looking confused and
pointed out where the managers live. Turns out they close at 4pm and
check in starts at 1pm so we were in Knotts ...