Comfort Inn Cockatoo Near LAX Airport
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Room was beautiful, yellow walls, cherry furniture, full size kitchen and bath, great balcony.
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We've arrived safe and sound in LA. I must start this blog with a story that starts in Caloundra Qld last Friday. I was having lunch with my mate Roy at a Thai restaurant when a lady heard me mention Sturgis. She told us her husband was leaving for Sturgis on the same flight as us. I kept an ear and eye out for Adrian at the airport, a BMW rider …
... Nicholson, Beyonce and many more. Unfortunately all celebrities kept themselves well hidden behind their grand fences and high bushes but it was an exciting trip! Since today was Francesca’s last night in the USA, we had a goodbye dinner at the Cheesecake Factory because nothing sums up the states like a massive piece of red velvet cheesecake covered in whipped cream. On Saturday morning, Francesca left us and went on her way to London, her next stop. Josh, who we had split up with ...
... up and heading over to Eagle Riders, LA... Where there was an equally efficient check in, we all unpacked the bikes and re-packed our bags for the last time and headed to a BBQ that Eagle Riders had set up for us! Free burgers, hot dogs and drinks (including a shot of JD!)... We thank you Eagle Riders, we thank you The Lost Adventurers (Tim and Jim) - GOOD TRAVELS
In the words of an ex-Governor of California "I'LL BE ...
... up the sunshine before getting our Forrest Gump knowledge tested at a Bubba Gump restaurant...turns out we know quite a bit. Going into LA, we managed to get lost trying to find the Walk of Fame and the Hollywood sign, but eventually our sat nab decided to kick in and led us up windy hills, so we ended up pretty close to the sign...of course by this time it was dusk so we couldn't see it very well. Heading back down towards San Diego and the prospect of packing, we ...
... the often mediocre cityscapes--LA being chief among them.
Malibu was still fighting off the mid-morning clouds, so we opted for Santa Monica for a shot of the finish line of Route 66--the capstone of our voyage--and to stroll, eat, and swim. A lunch on seafood at an oyster bar was the motivation to hit the beach. Santa Monica is famed for surfing, skateboarding, and beach culture in general. The giant stretches ...