Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles LAX/El Segundo
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... wasn't too packed. We stayed on the beach drinking and eating and chatting for a good couple of hours, we spoke to people behind us on the beach and they said that there would also be fireworks off a barge to our left as well as the ones on the pier to our right. The barge ones were run by a lady that lives there and does it as a tribute to her husband. Supposedly it costs $75,000 which is crazy but they were totally worth it. After sunset we walked ...
... It didn't bother me. I loved the little squirrels who were running around! They are definitely not shy to people.
The pier itself is quite big; it had al kind of shops, restaurants and even an amusement park. We didn't visit though. Another nice thing is the 'pedestrian' lane on the beach. Well actually it is for pedestrians, bikers, skaters, .... it is nice to walk on the beach without needing to talk your shoes of and get your feet ...
... the experience, sitting in the crowd and seeing how a live show operated. There were two shows filmed and they will be aired on May 14 and 16. After the show we left and headed for our hostel 'Samesun Venice Beach Hostel'. It was about 7:30 and we were both buggered so we headed down to the market and got a couple of munchies and lazed on the bed to get some well needed ...
... civilization, the arrival of Captain Cook, the exploitation by European and American governments, the decline of Hawaiian culture under US occupation and the rise of Hawaiian culture in the last 30 years. There are schools that teach Hawaiian culture and language now. From what we learned the US took over Hawaii illegally and has never admitted it. There are some Hawaiians who want their independence from the US. We ...
Well, up and Adam, we somehow managed to get all of our bags loaded on to our early morning domestic LA flight. It did cost extra though! Excited at the prospect of mixing it with the rich and famous away we went. Not to be disappointed we had our first celebrity spotting - "Kevin Hart" comedian and actor was on our flight. I'll confess to not knowing who he was but the kids recognized him straight away and upon our ...