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... centre, mostly with high end designers. To get there we had to walk Along Hollywood boulevard, Sunset boulevard, and Beverly boulevard. Some of the most famous streets in the world. Walking along the streets, we come across the stars of some of the most famous people in the world Schwarzenegger, Stallone, Janes Addiction. Was pretty cool! We checked out a few places but we had intentions of doing all of Hollywood boulevard another day. Our main goal was to get down ...
... as we headed to the next gate. Once again, the agent could only smile and shrug when we asked how our chances were looking.
We stood around with the other standby passengers, watching all the full fare paying passengers embarking confidently. Then the agent started issuing tickets to some of the passengers. Ted and I - being non Americans - are always bottom of the list, but as there were no shows, our names were getting closer. Just as it was our turn, some hysterical idiots turned ...
... as we had a feast (bagels with ham, cheese, tomato and apple butter, baguette and hummus, olives, bananas, apples and orange juice) then wandered down to the beach. On our return from the beach it was time for some red wine and an afternoon nap. Tough life eh?! Tuesday 28th October. Day Ride from Plaskett Creek Campground to Big Sur and back. Two days after our Grand Canyon run, we woke this morning feeling like we'd been beaten with baseball bats. Thank goodness we bought those ...
... in such a situation.
After breakfast we decided to go back to our little roomette and watch the world go past our window - the world at this stage was mostly farms, cattle and mountains, but hey, the cows were different colours if nothing else. After a little snooze (they had de-bunked the roomette while we were at breakfast, and so had to nap upright in the chairs), it was time to then head back to the Diner Car for lunch. Today I decided on the ...
... unfortunately there are no views at Hy’s being located in a subterranean level, while d.k has a killer view.
After dinner I managed to catch the last half of the free hula show on the Kuhio Beach hula mound (this is the one that was rained out on Tues—it is offered on Tues, Thurs and Sat at 6:30pm most of the year and 6pm during some of the winter months), walked around to the various hotels listening to their entertainment and then walked through the ...