HI Los Angeles - South Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... they made the experience something I will never forget, these People gave life to a road, warmth to the buildings and interest to the stories of the past. i cannot thank them enough for the time they gave me, I will meet you ...
... the sand. We hopped over onto this and skated off. The bike path was great as there was no one in the way and we could skate pretty fast. We headed past the big skatepark which was cool. The beach was very big and the sand spread out for probably 150m before it reached the ocean. The afternoon sun was very picturesque and filtered through the ocean haze to create a golden light over the area. The breeze was nice to keep the heat away. There are lots of ...
... in your mouth stuff, and served with a baked potato and garden vegetables and a glass of Merlo.
During the entire trip they also have a bar for drinks and snack food such as pizza, hot dogs, sandwiches, burgers and sweets.
At lunch we met one guy from Hawaii (Farquhar his name, I think) who was an ex-minister now customising Porsches of all things for resale. Claims he is doing OK out of that too. I would have thought how much more than standard do you ...
In 2013 I drove across the West coast with my brother and experienced what California had to offer, and out of the cities we visited we liked Los Angeles the least. As part of our flight to Fiji there is a stopover in LA and because jenni hasn't been there before, we turned it into a few day one so she could see the main attractions. The first impression was taking the metro from the airport to Hollywood, which ...
... his input). We then went past 'Old Mexico' where scenes from Big Fat Liar and Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull were shot, and learnt how Hollywood makes a bit of rain turn into a flood for a scene (and then back again). It was then onto '6-Point Texas' where a lot of older western movies were set (hence the name). Funnily enough it was also used as the Australian set for Saving Mr Banks. Go Figure.
It was then time to go through the 'Quiet Zone,' meaning ...