BEST WESTERN PLUS Carriage Inn
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We woke up very early this morning - around 5am. We didn't need to wake DD1 and DD2; they woke soon after we did. Most of the packing was done, so we just had to tidy up a few last minute things, then check out of our hotel room.
We were on the road around 6am. The GPS managed to get us to Sydney International airport without any fuss or bother. It was a very quick and easy trip, with hardly any traffic.
Finding the carpark was easy. ...
... based in Canyon City. "The main problem most people said at hearings was increased traffic and noise. Hey, for all those arty tourist dollars we can put up with a little inconvenience."
I'm the same with the train. It's not as easy as piling whatever you want in the back of your car, but the train offers much more in most situations. Just a ride or two on a railroad will show if this fits and fills your pragmatic ...
... the same motel as in Tucson - and then picked up the I-40 towards Los Angeles. The barren emptiness of Western Arizona was startling. After leaving Flagstaff, we passed Kingman after around 100 miles and then stopped at some services at Lake Havasu City - bizarrely the site where the original auctioned off London Bridge ended up - about 50 miles later. This was it for Western Arizona - although you can't fault the coffee selection at Lake Havasu services. There was a choice of about ...
... back! We were amazed at how clean LA was, we didn't see one piece of litter on the streets which is a real achievement when you think how big it is. The area itself around the beaches was unbelievably cool and classic LA, palm trees and neon lights everywhere, we loved it! The next day we went to a viewpoint to see the Hollywood sign in the Hollywood hills. We drove the Chevvy up to ***observatory which is apparently the best view for the sign and the rest of ...
... a hot dog and finally made it to Rodeo Drive!!! Thank god Tiffany's was still open, got my gorgeous new bracelet :) Happy Jenna!! Needed a rest so headed to a coffee shop on Rodeo, Dad had two coffees (best coffee he'd had all holiday he said!!) and I had 2 Mimosas mmmm!! Reminded me of Christmas!! Who'd have thought I'd be spending a Monday afternoon drinking Mimosas on Rodeo Drive... This is the life!!! Got a cab back to the ...