Comfort Inn Near Warner Center
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Luckily for us, there were seats available and we were on our way. The crew on the way over were great, and even gave us complimentary food and drink. I ended up chatting with them and another staff traveller from Thomson Airways about the differing conditions of our companies. Unfortunately we also struck quite a bit of turbulence on the way too which is always so much more reassuring when you're above the Pacific ...
... cover the nine miles back to our hotel. Angry again. The restaurant at the hotel was a joke price-wise so, that evening, we managed to find a local Greek Restaurant and the owner let us drink our own bottle of wine for free which was cool. We had planned to make it a celebratory evening to toast the Divide ride, but we just want to get to Lima now and away from California, cities, hire cars, ridiculously expensive everything and **** service. Got back to the hotel to realise the pedals ...
... it would get us back near our apartment. Brad feel asleep on the bus a couple of times that how enthusiastic he was about it all. I was on the look out for famous people but no such luck. Got home and quickly got changed into some warmer clothes as it seems to cool off a bit at night, we then walked back to The walk of stars and caught the rail to the Staple Centre to watch the LA Clipper V Utah Jazz. Wow what ...
... Waikiki and sat on my balcony enjoying the view until my 6:30pm dinner reservation at the Hula Grill. Once again, for the second time in a row, the Hula Grill screwed up my reservation. My last trip they lost the reservation and this time they had me down as a party of 4 even though I clearly stated one person when I made the booking over the phone. However, it all worked out and I got my table on the rail that I requested. For a cocktail I got the Pau Hana POG, then I had ...
... LA, not just Venice, is that everyone seemed to have so much personality, everyone was their own person, individual, at the same time being part of what felt one big family... Each person looks out for the next, and so on. Everyone had their own story, I could have just sat and spoken to strangers for hours, days even.. So that's exactly what I did. I could go into details about how quick I fell in love with Los Angeles but it's difficult to put into words. All ...