Best Western Regency Inn
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... a taxi , that didn't work eventually we gave up and borrowed a phone from the gift store . We caught the taxi into the Hollywood for our last walk along the strip and had lunch at hooters I had nachos and Jake had cheese fries, we did some shopping at forever 21, H&M and caps and then we walked to Amoeba records the worlds largest independent record store, you have to leave all your bags at the front door it ...
... afternoon after a day at Disneyland we went with Deb and Matt and Mo and Gaby (Friends of Deb and Matt) to "Margarita Friday" at Glen and Sherri's - a tradition that has been happening for quite sometime now. Glen again was snapping away with his camera and said he was going to make us a Walmart wedding picture. I was curious as to what he meant and I never could have imagined what he would go to the effort to ...
... space. I imagine we were there on a good day in the fall so the crowds were not as bad as they might be on the weekend or in the summer. We were off and running to see what we could find.
We had some key places and things to watch for (read: taste). There are the beniets at the Gumbo Pot, a terrific authentic N'awlins restaurant. Oyster Po'boys, alligator, crawfish, shrimp and, of course, gumbo - ooooh, don't forget their cornbread! But to finish with a ...
... off (so bizarre considering she loved the one in Central Park!). We drank American "homemade" lemonade, ate giant pretzels, the kids played at the park on the foreshore and we walked along the main mall. It was a beautiful part of California.
We also went to a children's museum which was basically a big play centre. The kids had such a great time and it was a good way to escape the house. We had a picnic lunch in a very deserted park and were told by a Spanish lady ...