Cal Mar Hotel Suites
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... After talking for a while we agreed to take a tour down the east coast. The deal was that I would cover most costs and Alau would utilise his new found taxi driver skills to navigate us around in the cities. He also agreed that he would teach me some Spanish- good luck Alau!
So after finding a bike shop where I could store Nelson and my gear, we flew to Boston via a short stop in Dallas.
We spent one night in Boston and saw the ...
... We then caught a taxi back to the hotel (after a VERY long wait with help from a charity store) and can I just add, he was the most pimping taxi driver ever lol. He had the music so loud and was singing away. Top notch. We settled in our rooms for 30mins before walking over to watch the fireworks for 4th of July at another Pier not far from us. We were sadly...disappointed. The fireworks were not impressive at all. Here are a few quotes from the group:
Ricketts: Is the ...
... the campuses and the nearby Village. We had a info session at Pomona and Claremont McKenna and a tour at Claremont McKenna. They are all liberal arts schools each with a different focus, Julia and Will are ready to sigh up too! Downside is that they are in Southern CA. Traffic was horrible getting there! Lunch in the Village at Dr. Grubbs. Will was a good "try-er!"
Ice cream after the tour...Bill used ...
... misplaced as Ross assured me that by some stroke of luck I had managed to not be sick anywhere or do anything ridiculous the previous night. Phew. I felt like death but we had pre-booked tickets for the LA open top bus tour so off we went. This was the easiest way to see all the major sights in one day, it was also the cheesiest we found out once the plummy voiced guide soundtrack in our headphones started up. I think it might have been Dale Winton. We hit all ...
... before we'd set off. You might think I've lost it, but time pretty much begins in Fiji, and LA is 19 hours behind - and this is whow we managed to time travel.
We got through immigration at LAX surprisingly easily and after a wait for our bus from the airport (LA has virtually no public transport, it's unbelievable considering how big it is) we finally got on the road. It's just like it appears in the movies!
We got ...