Hotel Shangri-La Santa Monica
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We leave SB mid morning and travel further along Highway 1, the coast road through Ventura and onto Malibu where we see some spectacular houses along the beach. Once again Malibu is a pretty chilled out place. Apparently some of the more lavish homes are along Malibu Colony but this area is blocked off to snoopers like us with guards manning a …
... within the city. Full of shops and cafés as well as beautiful flowers and decorations hanging across the streets. We then walked to LA's grand central market which is a must-see; food galore, of every kind. Even bratwurst to remind me of Germany! Finally in LA we stumbled on the most beautiful cocktail bar and restaurant called Perch, near Pershing Square. Served cocktails by actor and musician Rob, whilst enjoying views of the city ...
... Santa Monica Pier which ended up being a magnet to us over the next 3 days. We met a great guy and font of knowledge at the Route 66 Booth here, anyone planning route 66 should consult this guy.
Next Day whilst the others all did our previous exploration day in Hollywood, Noela and I hired Segways and without any guide with us we explored Santa Monica beach front from Topanga Beach down ...
... lined avenues stretching off on the right hand side. Surely not much farther now? We were true Road Warriors! We could almost smell the ocean. 13 miles became 8 then 5 then 2 then a Diversion sign appeared. Oh no, we could not follow Jerry's EZ66 Bible to the end.......after some deliberation and basic guesswork we arrived on Ocean Boulevard and there was the Pier, the End of the Trail. We parked by the Pier Entrance, looked at each other and knew we had to ...
Yesterday evening we "celebrated" the leaving of about 8 to 9 students due to fly back home this weekend. Every Monday new students arrive, every weekend some leave. That's how it works here. Honestly it makes me a bit sad that by the time you get to know each other better you have to follow your way back home. Most often it implies never seeing each other again, or at least for a "pretty" long time. Sometimes it ...