Best Western La Posada Motel
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... their cowboy fame. Wandering up and down, we saw the plaques of some of our erstwhile pin-ups and others completely unknown to us. Graham Greene is also recognised here, which surprised us.
The Main street where the plaques are is wide and has a slightly downmarket air despite the designer benches and smart planting. It seemed predominantly Mexican in feel and to mark the fact we had a rather late lunch in a little Mexican bar, where we had the ...
... made my arm brush up against one of the men. He turned slightly, and I recognized him immediately. I placed my hand on his smooth designer suit shoulder, and was surprised that he looked the same height as me, 5’3”.
“Billy Crystal,” I say loudly as he turns to face me and look me straight into my eyes. “You’re the most talented person I know.”
“Why thank you,” he smiles ...
... onto Mulholland Highway. Not Mulholland Drive. This one is a highway, or at least that’s what it’s called. It feels like anything but a highway. It’s a two-lane zig-zagger that crosses Malibu Canyon Road and takes us to the tiny community of Cornell, in the wine country area of the Santa Monica Mountains.
Cornell, sandwiched between Malibu and Agoura Hills, is mostly surrounded by protected open ...
Manhattan beach in LA is our last stop on the mainland of the States. We load credit on our metro cards and use the train and coastal bus system to see the workings of this coastal strip. On one such occasion we were sitting at the bus stop looking at the map on our phone, when someone stopped and offered us a ride to the metro station. We felt like hitchhikers accepting the lift. The guy was very nice, even giving us hints of where and what to see in Hawaii, apparently his ...
... since we left. It was a nice change of pace.
We went to a really nice place to eat in downtown Tucson called Cafe Poca Cosa. It is a chef owned (Suzana Davila) fine dining Mexican restaurant. The menu changes daily and was presented to us table-side on a chalkboard by our waiter and while there are a limited number of offerings, they certainly provide all the choices in meats, fish and sauces. ...