Courtyard by Marriott Thousand Oaks
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bedroom. Had breakfast next door at The Fig Tree - massive pile of cornmeal pancakes for me and brioche French toast for Stephen with two big mugs of coffee came to $12.50 American due to happy hour half price. Tipped $3. Weather is amazing and mild with beautiful blue sky. Lots of joggers and bike riders along the front with many, many little market stalls opening up. Turns out our place is in north Venice so ...
... work for me! The day drew to a close, i had blisters forming on the backs of my heels and the sun was setting, it was time to find some food and rest. We left Universals with great memories and laughed about the day at Tony Romas a short walk from the park in Universal city. We ate ribs and drink ridiculous size beers, so called large. A great way to finish off our stay in LA. Tomorrow a big drive ahead towards the bright lights and craziness of Las Vegas. ...
Off to the Reagan Library. It is about 10 miles from our hotel. Some rush hour traffic but not too bad, Located on 100 acres atop a hill, it looks out over the valley. Another triple digit heat day.
Very modern clean design. A three story pavilion on the end holds the Air Force One that flew seven Presidents. Marine One, helicopter, is there as ...
... would do two full days sightseeing before rewarding ourselves with a beach day on the final full day. A routine that established itself fairly quickly was the happy hour cocktail routine! Of course. Everywhere seems to offer happy hours from 3ish, sometimes until close. So we'd spend the day out and about and then approaching mid-afternoon make our way to a bar to sample the delights on offer. It would be tempting just to stay within ...
... looked like it was watching a tennis match) a building that caught my attention was the Holyland Complex. Turns out that the complex does stand out in more ways than just looks. For the past several years it has been the "star" of a court case that has been described as one of the largest corruption scandals in Israel. Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and former mayor of Jerusalem Uri Lupolianski were two of the ten defendants (out ...