Comfort Inn and Suites near Universal Studios
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... tomato, lettuce, and onion rings on the burger! Both were brilliant, but desert was way off the menu. To sick after mains.
Heading back to the hotel about 8:30 for an early night - we don't really want to be roaming L.A too late.
Not or too much the write about today, just a lot of shopping. And for a guy...I love my shopping!
Nighty night ya'll.
Stay classy Sydney, Don't miss me too ...
... shared an airport transfer with the Chatty Cathy family before joining the rat race again. We decided to check into the first AA flight that was available at 6.50am, and then went off to have some breakfast and coffee. The day didn't start great though as we didn't get on the flight after all.
Already we were fearing a repeat of yesterday, but undeterred, we headed off to see if we could get on the 8.00am flight. Things were already looking bad since there were 32 travellers on ...
... and coffee and settled in, asking the waitress for the wifi code between mouthfuls. Of course,we'd found a cafe without wifi - quite an achievement in California you would have thought. No matter, we decided to push on to Santa Barbara and stopped on the wharf for a coke and ice cream. By this point, we'd covered about 180 miles and had had enough so we located the nearest campground at Carpinteria State Beach and headed there. Just a cool $45 for a tent spot and cold showers for ...
... Station, and she was totally right. It was just a cuter, mini version of the giant station in New York City.
We got our baggage from the carousel and found a taxi, then headed to our apartment in Hollywood. We found the right place (easy enough), and followed the detailed instructions on how to get inside. Firstly you have to enter a code into the front door of the building. When the door unlocks you enter, walk through another set of doors, through ...
... to take our rucksacks off and put them back on.we got off the train, much to my disappointment there wasn't any stairs up to street level only elevators. We got in one with two other men, the lifts had windows.. But he pressed the button and nothing happened, went to open the door and it wouldn't open, panic and hot and ******** my pants.. I don't mix well with lifts!! Rang the bell they said someone is going to come help, about 15-20 minutes went passed people just looking at ...