BEST WESTERN Woodland Hills Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... spend more time in Santa Barbara.
Stop 2 was a break at Leo Carrillo beach. Fairly small beach but famous for featuring in the opening scene of Grease! The beach wasn't anything special, but it was worth seeing.
Carried on down highway 1. This road has taken us all the way from San Fransisco! Stopped at Malibu. Some massive houses in the hills, had lunch in the Country Mart and hoped to bump into someone famous. We didn't!
We carried on further south until we ...
... on the way back and really made the most out of it! We were getting picked up at 6 by Uber ready for our long bus ride to El Paso. To waste time we watched some more basketball and watched some guys work out at muscle beach - not bad. Our room was actually terrible at this hostel - it's a four bed room with a tiny window that doesn't back out to anything but a brick wall so we had no fresh air. We had no reception in our room (massive issue) and had to share ...
Well we are finally on our big trip. Had a good fkight to LAX - quite turbulent at times over the Pacific - however managed to get some shuteye. Arrived at the new Tom Bradley Terminal -a vast improvement to the previous terminal Air NZ used. LA weather was cool but ...
... We love a free museum. Took a step back in time and toured the hacienda, enjoyed the cactus garden (find BJ) and had fun with the year 3 and 4 students who were on a field trip. Had our first Spanish lesson as the children delighted in teaching us the basics of Spanish. Three of the #Fab5 were instantly in teacher mode. (Have to admit we rejected a visit to the Chinese-American museum because they wanted to charge us admittance.) So back to the real attraction ...
... park there.
We had a great afternoon on the pier, strolling past the musicians, tourists, magicians and vendors selling maps to the stars' homes. There was a cool little band consisting of just drums and bagpipes, another female duo singing and dancing to Michael Jackson songs, and even a girl singing Disney movie hits in operatic style for tips. All the freaks come out in LA for sure.
We grabbed some fresh fruit with chili powder on it (the girls hated the spice, ...