Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Westside
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... and brief description of one of the passengers on the ship and at the end you had to go to the tribute wall to see if you had survived. Happy to say Al in third class was one of the few surviving men and me, an Italian actress in first class also survived!
Back to the hotel and an eagerly anticipated reunion with John, Al’s bro and Lisa his wife. Greeted at the door of their room with John half naked, bottle of champagne in one hand and maid in the other, ...
... cafe serving the free breakfast only to be told that we need to get a voucher from reception at the hotel which doesn't open until eight by which time we need to have left to return the hire car. So we end up paying for breakfast twice, like we've paid to have my bike fixed twice, like we paid for options on the hire car twice, like we paid for 'free' parking in Santa Barbara because we weren't telepathically aware that we needed to get the ticket stamped. Getting shafted like this ...
... wanted to save every drop. We pushed on to Morro Bay, about 200 miles from Los Angeles, and spent our last night in the RV at a spotless little park alongside a Christian Rock Centre (mercifully quiet this evening). Tomorrow we would return our home on wheels for the last three weeks to the rental company and bring to an end the first act of this four act play known as Buck & Deanne's Excellent Adventure. We thank you, dear reader, for your ongoing presence of ...
... when she was having her star placed was pretty historic!
After the Sally Field excitement, we went for a table service lunch in the Hard Rock Cafe, which was lovely. Great service, me and Rich had some fruity 'mocktails', Lucy and I had Mac and Cheese with chicken, and Rich had fajitas with beef, chicken and shrimps which he loved. Very nice meal.
We returned to the hotel briefly to make a plan for the rest of the day, and it's at this point ...
... to get late so we drove out of yYosemite by a different exit and headed down towards the coast again where we hoped to reach Monterey to begin our trek Northwards but not before going to Laguna Seca track for a pilgrimage which Moto GP watching friends will understand. Arriving late after darkness fell is always a challenge when travelling. Having the GPS on the Tom Tom made it so easy and the phone with internet data makes finding a bed a breeze thanks to ...