Redondo Inn And Suites
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... sand treasure of the west coast. We only had 2-hour parking so we chilled on the beach for an hour then mooched around the town for an hour. For the next few nights we have booked into a motel in Newport so we drove down the coast, past Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and had a sneak peak at the Balboa Peninsular before checking in and getting comfy for the night. The next few days are going to be spent in the OC with nothing but beaches on the menu!
Today I headed up to Warner Bros for the studio tour. It was interesting, saw the sets for Friends, Heart of Dixie, loads of films, Gilmore Girls and lots I can't remember. It's so interesting to see how they use the sets for loads of things but change minor details. Because of a lack of communication with Dave I ended up waiting on Sunset Boulevard for ages which sounds a lot more glamorous than it is. In the end I ...
... ready now for Disney. It’s like we’ve saved their favorite for last. They’ve enjoyed our hotel immensely and had lots of fun on the way during the entire trip, but they are ready for their dessert.
Mac and Josie headed to the pool around 5:30, where many kids had also gathered. Mac organized them in to a game of pool baseball (his own idea and rules) and they also played some other games, boys ...
... to Los Feliz which is a really quaint bohemian, hip little suburb, where Rick found some great vintage clothes for Lucia a a little something for myself.
Dinner at the cut this evening ( we made it this time). Very nice wagu beef. We managed to turn down the offer of a night cap with Stephen, which was very controlled of us, then off for an early night as we wanted to leave early next morning for our drive to Dessert ...
... change from time to time for example when people switch from using their first name to using their middle name (she was Aunt Joan to me, but the census listed her as Agnes); others use their nicknames (try searching for Frank Harley instead of William Francis Harley); ages rarely add up exactly, generally being off by a year or two; people lie (surprised?) as they get younger as the years pass; and mistakes get made ...