Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles LAX/El Segundo
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Så er første overnatning på Courtyard By Marriott LAX overstået Og det var meget tiltrængt efter at være vågen i 24 timer Godmorgen Nu er klokken 6.36 og det er tid til at spise morgenmad og så går turen ud i byen for at finde vores Mustang og stjernerne i Hollywood Efter afhentningen af kents drø …
... I knew so many personal facts about him I don't even think he was aware he was about to share them with me. Issac is a 23 year old LA lakers fan who runs 5 miles each day barefoot, rain, hail or shine outside on the footpath. He also supports both his parents and two younger brothers working 20 hour days and is a self confessed dietaholic who tried to tell me starch is good for you and I should eat way more of it (I don't think so mate). After a thirty minute debate on what you should ...
We take the early Hawaiian Airlines flight to L.A.. It is full of kids. Fall break and Disneyland is why.Same reason we are on board. I play the in flight trivia game and
crush it once again. In L.A., our daughter Karen had trouble with the
car rental. After an hour of waiting and speaking with the manager,
she gets an upgraded 7 passenger SUV at no additional charge.
For the first night we stayed at the Double Tree in ...
... walking around the shops and parks, and of course the beaches. Found some cute little independent shops as well as huge stores like Bloomingdales and Nordstrom - had to exercise some serious control there! The beaches in Santa Monica are just as I had imagined; miles long and also really wide, the softest sand ever, with lifeguard huts pitched along the front. Loads of people swimming and sunbathing. We had three full days there and ...
... India is poverty. Take off you western glasses and see it how
they do, which, as we found out, is a way of life. For instance, the
slums of India can look horrific to us/on TV but it is some people's
homes with a bustling community and, in the good ones, jobs for
people to earn enough to live. Kids begging is hard to ignore but
you'll find you get told not to give anything to them. Often the fact
is, they should be in school but if they can make money ...