Ayres Hotel Seal Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today is a rest day so it was a late start so no in house breakfast so its off to brunch at Black Bear Diner and then to do the laundry. The diner was great and a little less busy although they were a different crowd being the working week lunch folk. The food was delicious as usual but the onion rings and ranch dressing are something else. Pauline our server (who was particularly awesome) suggested we should have a look at San Fernando ...
So only four days to go and today was LA. We'd been preparing ourselves for this ride for some time, to the extent that we hadn't really considered the other possible destinations and attractions of Southern Cal. Thankfully, the first 15+ miles were a lot easier than we first imagined with most of it on bike paths and Gary, who has a scary knowledge of LA bike routes (pronounced rowts), reassured us that the overall ride wouldn't be too bad. Music to our ears. With ...
... And then we thought the mascot bear was coming around the corner! This bull dog/boxer/dribbling/growling bear like thing came stomping around the corner with a full harness and lead on, which was safe! Only he was taking his 5foot owner for a ride! Just as well as got on his back and rode him down the hill haha! We got to the top, sweating conkers! It was so so hot now, I'd say easily 30 degrees at 10am! We went in the observatory, it is space and astronomer, with live talks ...
... well. These days it's a national park and I for one am pleased about that. Say what you will about Hearst, his tastes, his power, his fortunes, it's thanks to him that huge chunks of what Deanne and I have seen over the past few days still exist. These important parts of California, the United States, are conserved in perpetuity because one family owned this costal land. Therefore, it didn't get developed. It didn't become Long Beach, it didn't become San ...
... Sign. It's really lovely up there and all around the Hollywood and Highland Centre. There are water fountains in the middle and the ground is paved with little stories about people who've found fame and fortune in Hollywood. And it's really peaceful up there.
After stopping for photos, we did a couple of shops in the centre. We found a shop that was geek-heaven! Found merchandise for Doctor Who, Game of Thrones (not enough!), Breaking Bad, Disney and ...