Topanga Canyon Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... I dumped my bags and had a slow walk around the city, snapping pictures of the Walt Disney concert hall, the skyscrapers and theatres on LA broadway. When picking up a chai tea latte from Starbucks (don't judge) I was informed of a Mexican (theme!) infused Thai place called 'Chego!' in chinatown I had to try... So I did... It was incredible. I walked off my dinner in chinatown (and old chinatown) and then back to the hotel where my night ended.
... at the Santa Monica pier and walked around for a little bit. We got lunch from a food truck and ate it on the way up the PC 1. By now the sun had begun to go down and the sunset had started. We were driving through Malibu during the sunset and it was absolutely breath taking!! We could see the sunset over the ocean to our left with the huge houses on the cliff side to our right. After Malibu came Santa Barbara!! The ...
... past the police signs saying 'no access to Hollywood sign' and carried on until it suddenly came in to view. This is apparently as close as you can get without trekking up the side of Mount Lee. The view was great, but to get the photos you had to stand in the middle of the road.......waiting for a gap in the traffic, running out, getting the shot and then running back to the kerb as a car comes. At the same time ...
... count as friends. Our time in Perth with Pat was particularly enjoyable. Pat's life has been full of adventure and she has met and made many friends on her travels over the years. I count myself lucky to be one of the those friends. We first met in 1979 on a train travelling into Strasbourg and now 36 years later we are ...
... Ernest C.Wilson. Jr. It opened in 1974, but was never visited by Getty, who died in 1976.
We had spent the majority of the afternoon at The Getty Villa, until closing time, then returned to The Beverley Hills Hotel to collect our luggage and then continued with the cab to Venice Beach to catch up with Lydia and Drazen.
On arrival Lydia had been waiting for us and Drazen was waiting for us at the Tasting ...