BEST WESTERN PLUS San Pedro Hotel & Suites
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... out. You could see the red glow of the crater from the room at night. The red wooden hotel building is not fancy but I thought the rooms and public areas were nicely decorated. The room was a mostly white color scheme with floral accents and the public rooms had beige wicker type furniture. As with most National Park lodges, the hotel maximizes its location and the restaurant, lounge and viewing area all looked out over the crater with picture windows.
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After we got back to the hostel, we jumped on a shuttle and went to LAX, spent the last of our Dollars on pizza (freshly cooked in a wood oven, was amazing!) and chips, and waited for the flight to Fiji!
Aus irgendwelchen Gründen waren wir für die Ankunft in Los Angeles leider überhaupt nicht vorbereitet. Wir haben ein Hostel auf dem Hollywood Boulevard gebucht und dachten naiverweise, dass Hollywood ...
... really heavy. Very very awesome. And I went to a show in the planetarium. Oh. My. Giddy aunt. I've never been in a planetarium before and it was amazing. Breathtaking in fact. You aren't allowed to take pictures in there so I can't show you but it was one of the most enjoyable half hours ever. Highly recommended. It was dark once the show was over and I got outside. The view of the city at night was pretty cool. Again, my photos just don't do it justice (I have got a camera now so ...
... some lunch. After some food, we parked by the beach so we could walk along the Santa Monica pier. We watched vendors selling touristy goods, people riding roller coasters, and people working out on the rings and bars in the sand. We continued down the beach to gawk at the spectacle that is Venice Beach. When we had exhausted our meter time, we braved the LA traffic and headed to meet up with our tour guide for the weekend, the one and only Alex de Monet. That night, ...
... Harley riding mates.
As Snapper & I were waiting for our rooms to be available in LA this afternoon, half a dozen Aussie blokes rock in and I ask if they have an Adrian with them. He was standing next to me and says 'You met my wife'.
We've been to a 1950's diner for lunch complete with rock n roll memorabilia but run by ...