Days Inn & Suites Fullerton
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... is pretty easy to find. Our hostel was right on the Walk of Fame and 2 minutes from the Chinese Theatre where a lot of the premieres happen. We had to pay $20 a night to park again.
We had a 4 bed dorm, and were sharing with 2 guys that worked in the hostel. One was a 37-year-old dude not cut out for sharing rooms (he woke up at the tiniest noise), and the other was a guy that worked 2 jobs, finishing one at 2am and starting the next at 7am. One ...
... to go over and over again with the same excitement. She also told us it is smart to get comfortable with being uncomfortable, as in the world of dance you will get jobs or find yourself in situation where you will often be more uncomfortable than comfortable. She also said as a dancer you should be as diverse as possible, especially now and definitely if you want to make it as a dancer in the LA scene these days. She thought us a little bit of choreography and I again loved it and there was ...
... Kodak Theatre). Without even looking for it we found the best view of the Hollywood sign from the back of the centre.
The tour @ $20 each plus tip, was in a 10 seater open van with headphones to hear the driver. He said they are given a general outline of the tour then they can tailor it to suit themselves. He was very good, a dry sense of humour and good facts. It even ended up as a 2 hour tour. We went up into the hills along Mulholland Drive, seeing many ...
... 30.00 on a SIM card per device which will be able to access free WiFi hotspots in London.
If you have an iPhone that is older, check with your phone carrier to see that it is unlocked. The Chang's will bring one iPhone for use with a United Kingdom SIM card. If we have a couple phones in our group, we can call each other or text and use this as inexpensive communication while in London.
If you want to ...
... a walk on Venice Beach and explored the local area. My first impressions from observing during the bus journey was that it was the most vain area I had visited and this was even more apparent as we wandered along the boardwalk. There were an large majority of people who had to have the right look for whatever activity they were undertaking; in a way it is like being in a town of action man and Barbie toys where each activity comes with a different outfit. This majority were a ...