Beachwood Canyon Retreat
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... country. We eventually pulled up on hollywood boulevard and were dropped off on the side of the road. We followed the instructions on our hostel booking printout and walked east to find the banana bungalow hostel. It was about 8am in the morning at this stage and the reception was not yet open to take our bags. This is another time when it is great to travel light as we were able to walk around hollywood and have a look in the mean time without too much trouble.
... After recovering the car, we drove up to Griffith Park and the Observatory. Perched up in the hills above LA, the Observatory is accessed by a winding road with more outstanding views, including into the properties of the Los Angeles elite with their cliff top mansions and infinity pools. Nice!
On Mondays the Observatory is closed but we enjoyed a picnic lunch in the park and took in the scenery (more Hollywood sign pictures).
Final destination for the ...
... Welcome which allows you to park at someone's place for
free. I found someone who is 7 miles from Knotts Berry Farm and they
are lovely! Eric and Silva plugged in power for us and then invited
the kids to go jump in the pool to chill out while we set the RV up.
They gave us advise on other supermarkets nearby including cheaper
ones for family type prices. We may come back and stay here again
tomorrow after we spend the day at Knotts Berry Farm. ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">We went through to the gate for the last few hours. The chairs had power outlets and USB’s and we all commenced charging ‘everything’ like everyone else. They also had wifi so everyone could catch up on how the Llama chase in Arizona ended up and what colours that dress
... pretty scared, I've been stressing about travelling to the US ever since I booked my ticket. But the process was nowhere near as stressful as I thought it would be. At customs they only asked me what the purpose of my visit was and then they take your finger prints and a picture of you. They didn't even check my visa! Now back to my point about American airports. LAX is not a nice airport at all, it's pretty old looking, in fact Delhi airport is nicer than LAX. ...
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