Comfort Inn Near Old Town Pasadena - Eagle Rock
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... Maroons T-Shirt, who wanted to *give* her one of his music CDs - and then insisted on a tip when she gave it to him. The other group of pains which seem to be everywhere on the street are the Tourist Bus people - thrusting their pampflet in your face, and offering you a cheap deal if you "tell them you spoke with so-and-so".. Luckily we managed to avoid all of the pan-handlers, and chose the Hard Rock Cafe for lunch. As this is one of the only HRCs I ...
... single rider line - most times we ended up in the same car anyway. So we did that ride a total of four times :-)
Our feet were on fire by the end of the day - but it was great fun. We finished up the day with a Mexican meal at downtown Disney.
Then a decision had to be made - do we use a third and final day ticket for California Adventure or the more classic Disney park. Before we experienced Disney, we ...
... happier to get on the bus with Kenny and head to Beverly Hills!
Our first famous street was Sunset Boulevard. These are all familiar names of places so now we know what they are like. The housing has certainly changed in this area. There is a home up on the top of the hill that you can hire out if you like. It will only cost you $10,000 for one night. Kenny thought he would book it for two nights. “I’ll take two” laugh laugh!!
... Homes of the rich and famous and went instead in the afternoon to the Getty Museum which stays open till nine on a Saturday. what an amazing place architecturally as well as the wonderful exhibits. We were only able to do one wing, any more and you get information overload. They have a wonderful collection of Impressionist paintings. We finished it off with a fabulous meal in the Getty restaurant - very ...
... there,” he assures.
We arrive to a dark, cold, two-story wood cabin with mules freely walking around the lightly snow covered ground. Ah, the air smells fresh and clean, I notice.
“Who owns the mules?” I ask as Babe searches for the spare cabin key.
“They were here before Big Bear existed. They are wild, and nobody owns them.”
We walk into the empty ...