Venice Beach House
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... CO.#28 which is obviously in an old fire house. We felt like a burger and so we ended up sharing one and shared some Louisiana crab cakes for appetiser. The burger was cold and not all that but it filled the gap. Andrew is struggling with his cold and we only had too beers, Stella Artois this time, an old staple for us. He went off to sleep by around 7.30 pm and me an hour later. I woke up at midnight, Andrew was coughing his guts up and eventually he went back to sleep, I wasn't until about 4.00 ...
... are here and it turns out we are a 5 minute metro ride away from Hollywood and a 5 minute walk from Universal CityWalk and Universal Studios - yippee!! We find our bearings around the hotel (I.e find the bar) and take our stuff up to the room and (one or two ciders and Guinnesses later) we head to the hotel bar for another drink or two and got some information on the lay of the land. Strolled to ...
... pretty god movies as my star ratings indicate.
I slept a little and the flight time was mercifully shorter than the other way being about 12½ hours vs 15.
We arrived in LAX at around 8:30, 2 hours after our scheduled arrival, which meant by the time I cleared immigration and got my luggage and then changed Terminals I was probably going to miss my 10am connection with Spirit - which I did.
I started today with double my standard serve of average waffles in preparation for what I knew would be a big ole day. I donned my culturally significant 'made in STRAYA' singlet and adventured out into my new world of the city of angels. I grabbed a pack of band aids to help my slowly disintegrating feet and in doing so caught my first taste of ridiculously cheap booze prices. I'm talking a 1.75L bottle of Smirnoff for under 18$. I felt like a kid in a candy store picking ...