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... out twenty bucks just to use the camp's sewer. Every RV or caravan collects waste in the form of "black water" (septic) and "grey water" (kitchen/bathroom). Before you roll onto greener pastures both tanks must be dumped. Sites that offer full hook-up don't charge dumping fees because the rig is already connected to the sewer. Partial hook-up, as with Fernwood, charge a levy or fee to dump your grey and septic waste at a central spot. It's usually twenty bucks ...
... and my feet were itching for an early morning run.
The infamous Hollywood sign was a mere three miles from our bed and breakfast. Hell, I wouldn’t even need a map… or so I thought as I jogged out the door at 6:30 am. I darted and zig- zagged up the hill, ensuring I kept the Hollywood sign in my line of sight at all times. The one problem; there were a hell of a lot of hills in LA! It’s no surprise given its close proximity to the ...
... so you are only allowed to drive back towards Hollywood from the turnout). The day is quite hazy so we don’t get the best view of the downtown area, but the views are nice nevertheless and some of the mansions are just spectacular.
Mulholland is a quite short drive, and since Hollywood is on our way back we decide to dip into what is probably the worst tourist trap ...
... feel all the nutrients going straight into my body which was exactly what I needed. After dinner we stopped by Walgreens to stock up on candy and we definitely did a good job of it with way more than we could ever imagine eating. But it was exactly what we needed. In the end we ate way too much sugar and fell into delirious food comas which was a fitting end to their ...
... br> Malibu is interesting with it's beach houses (ala Two and a Half Men) and surf culture.
Malibu itself is located where the Malibu canyon meets the coastline. We took a quick drive up into the canyon and then back along the highway through Marina Del Rey and on to Redondo Beach. This is a beautiful part of the coastline with mansions clinging to the hillside, just waiting for the next earth quake.. Hang on, we're staying in a cliff side house ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking