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... US$5 (20%) of the total value of my groceries!
Unlike San Francisco, I had been warned that Los Angeles was not a 'centralised' city - everyone recommended hiring a car but I will try to resist. I have looked at the map and circled the things I want to see and do. They are quite 'scattered' but I have been told by the Reception 'guy' that you can get to these areas using the local Metro bus system. Maybe one day I will 'brave' driving on the right side of the road!
Well, for the sixth busiest airport in the world, they may want to take some advice from the other 5 above it on how busy airports should run. BUT it's not snowing, I made friends with an older couple heading to Tahiti and a youngish Australian dude that I didn't exactly care what he was saying, but just that he kept on talking. I took some stairs to prep my legs for a ...
... Howie as well as Kim was great. Bob had not seen Josh since he was about 6 and Donna & Howie not since he stayed with them briefly when he was 15. The food was great, the conversation wonderful and of course I was so busy gabbing that I failed to take a single picture!! The trip back was uneventful and we were tucked into bed by 11pm with some great tips for things to do on our last ...
... from the Netherlands and who told me he'd be there as well. They had a guy and a girl as host. The guy was old school and pretty awful and the girl was really cool and amazing in hosting. Funny combination. Apparently the acting was really bad, which I can totally imagine looking through the eyes of an actor. It finished at 2am and Tom and me walked back to the hostel after that. Every one was obviously already asleep so we quietly went to our pods as well and I felt asleep pretty ...
... gear, we said our goodbyes to our wonderful families and loaded the mini bus with our suitcases and backpacks. Next stop, LAX! Unfortunately there was quite a bit of morning traffic, and thankfully, Lynn knew some side street short cuts which helped a bit. We finally made it to the airport just about 20 minutes later than scheduled and were dropped off at the United Terminal where we met up with the remainder of the group. To Group Check-in we went, and once ...