Americas Best Value Inn - Los Angeles / Hollywood
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... found the observatory - from a distance - it was in sight but not in reach. We got some great pics of the city below and started our journey to the Dodgers stadium in time for our first ever American baseball game.
Dodgers v Washington Nationals - 9 innings and only 2 of them had scores but it was fun. Nic experienced a dodgers dog and garlic fries (raw garlic we discovered - I would not recommend them). End result, Nic 1 x Dodgers cap, ...
... in the sunlight.
Having conquered San Francisco, it was time to move on to Las Vegas, where we arrived to 44°C heat and a world completely removed from what we’ve been doing over the last four months. Our hotel alone (New York New York) had five bars and six restaurants in it, not to mention a rollercoaster! We took a walk along the strip, feeling like the Borrowers next to the grand scale of hotels such as the Luxor, the Venetian, MGM Grand and Paris. We might ...
... don't understand how it can fly with so many aboard. I would have slept on this 10 hour journey, but I kept having nightmares that the plane was so heavy it would fall out of the sky. In any event, Melissa was far more miserable than I. On the car ride to the airport, she got sick from the odor of the car we were in or the way the driver ...
... and almost decided not to because usually they don't let you print them at home for overseas flights....but I thought I'd try. Lo and behold I discover we need visas!
Called our Australian expert Peter Eddington about this and he told me about the procedure which I thought would be easy.
After getting on the site, I entered my information several times only to be told ...