Chateau De Soleil
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... of ape and grapes and melon! We may as well just come here for breakfast, it's free and they were offering us more than one sample each haha! We bought a small packet of raspberry granola, Greek yoghurt and minute maid lemonade for breakfast and then a huge salad pot each for lunch, I had chicken cesear and Ross had BBQ chicken. We are it back at the hotel room, got showered and dressed and went back out to see paramount pictures and I wanted to go to DASH store on Melrose ...
... side of the car and road, it's not as scary as you would think though I just had to keep telling myself "stay on the right, stay on the right" every time I got to an intersection. The traffic was so busy so there was a lot of stopping and starting near all the little beach towns, Carmel was a pretty little beach town with tree lined streets, kind of like a rain forest. The road didn't get too bendy until about 2 hours in, so by then I was just I ...
Day 2 of the trip was spent on a tour of LA, starting with Santa Monica Beach.
We then moved on to Venice beach, exploring muscle beach (where Arnold Schwarzenegger prepared for his body building competitions), local skate parks and the ...
The flights from Lima to LA weren't too bad - 8 hours from Lima to Atlanta, a 5 hour lay-over and then a 5 hour flight to LA.
We arrived in LA to beautifully sunny, warm weather which was great after being freezing cold for a long time in South America. As hotels were so expensive in LA, we found someone who was renting out an Airstream trailer in their back garden. This turned out to be a great choice. We were staying in the suburbs in Venice in ...
... I repeat if you are walking around the terminal with only one shoe on your foot please come back to security to collect the other one". There were no further announcements so I cannot confirm the fate of the shoe but one must assume that it was either successfully reunited with its owner or incinerated. I prefer the latter option. Stupid ...