Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Calabasas
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Why Las Vegas, you may wonder? When I got to Salt Lake City I had a choice to make. I could either keep heading west on The Lincoln Highway through the top of Nevada, past Sacramento and into San Francisco, or I could go south towards Los Angeles, which was actually about 30 miles shorter. I had come to realise as I headed west that if I tried to follow what was left of the Lincoln I'd never get the miles done so I ...
... things I found. As we walked around, Sandy was being mean as always and Jenny randomly hugs someone or says "yo." After about two hours of the place (CityWalk isn't that big and we went to every single interesting place) we decided to go to the mall. En route, we ran into some traffic on the freeway, and I decided to snap a picture because..why not? The rest of our day consisted of wandering around the mall and looking at cute and expensive ...
... from a paper bag (the scene from his facebook profile picture), we got a homeless guy tagging along with us, talking to AK about the stones & warning him about getting caught drinking on the street. After about 5 minutes he told AK he had a great beard, these were the words of a homeless guy who had a beard himself....AK thought it was amusing anyway. After our walk we returned to our room when it was dark, it could get quite shady out there at night. AK went out to buy beers, ...
... us for a few minutes but knew we were just big kids :-)
We still had time before our train so we did some more marvelling, looked at the gardens outside, sat in the giant original leather waiting seats, admired the long hallways, bought our tickets, told the ticket man what a great station he worked in and learnt s bit more from him, and just had such fun in a near-empty train station. Why don't more people use these trains? It must be that love affair with ...
... them, it was great to see them all! After the usual hugs, kisses and how are you’s we looked for the shuttle bus to get us to the car hire company. Due to all the luggage we had we decided to upgrade to an even bigger tank, sorry car and we headed off in the direction of our first home for the fortnight, the Hollywood City Inn.
With the Sat-Nav or GPS if I’m using the local language doing its best to screw our route over and the local bus taking a shining to our ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center