Courtyard Los Angeles Hacienda Heights/Orange County
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... albums to listen to. Molly, Eloy, Patrick, and a guy named Tony played super smash with me over nintendo 3DS. Eventually it died down a little bit and we all drifted to sleep. Delta airlines kept serving food and beverages though, which was really nice. There were lots of snacks and goodies! I only got a lousy three hours of sleep, but at least it was something. Once we arrived, the Japanese Delta airline had been ...
We got up extra early today to make our way to the Warner brothers vip tour at 8.30am. We also knew there was a 5k run on hollywood boulevard that morning which might make our way there difficult! (We tend to be thwarted by runs/marathons quite often now!) Thankfully we made it by 8.15 to join the first tours of the day. We got into a little golf buggy and were taken round the site by a lady called Catherine. ...
... footpath until it was time for our tour. The tour was great, the driver of the bus was good value. We got great views of the Hollywood sign, and saw lots of stars homes (gates and hedges mostly!!). The streets in Beverley hills were amazing, so pretty and opulent, especially compared to downtown LA. It was a quiet day, but much needed. All ready for our second day at Disneyland, California Adventure ...
... karaoke session. Marius played guitar, Tom and me were singing and Cameron was our DJ, projector dude and camera man. Fun times. Almost lost track of time. Was time to leave for LA Choreographers Carnival that showcases lots of pieces from different LA choreographers and it was only two blocks away from the hostel which was awesome! Got aussie Tom to join me, which was fun as he is an actor on an actors course here in LA so he totally gets the whole dancing thing. It was ...
... Harley riding mates.
As Snapper & I were waiting for our rooms to be available in LA this afternoon, half a dozen Aussie blokes rock in and I ask if they have an Adrian with them. He was standing next to me and says 'You met my wife'.
We've been to a 1950's diner for lunch complete with rock n roll memorabilia but run by ...