Days Inn & Suites Artesia
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Today was the first day of interning at Abel Cine, a high end camera rental, retail, and repair shop in Burbank. We left around 8 am and quickly realized that Jordan and I had an advantage over many people on the busy LA roads...we had two people in one car. This means that we could used the carpool lane, a lane solely dedicated to cars with 2 or more people, ...
... local insights from the lovely commentator on the bus.
We decided to take a drive to Santa Monica as the sun was setting since it was less than hour from Hollywood. We took a walk a long the pier and watched the sun set. There were so many people! Santa Monica pier is the western end of Route 66 - that's an adventure for another time!
We had an authentic American dinner at Johnny Rocket's diner before heading back to our hotel in Hollywood.
... sealed box of crazy ....I need to call out that although I feel numb, I remain so damn hopeful that it hurts. Hopeful that this trip will be amazing. Hopeful that this man will be there when I get back. Hopeful that my boxed up life will still fit when I come home. Hopeful that the things I'm sacrificing will be worth it. On the brink of the leaving everything I know, and departing on the most exciting, scary adventure of my life- hope seems to be the only thing ...
... that I drove out of the main park and up Mauna Loa Rd and saw the Tree Molds. These are where moist trees got encased in lava, the lava hardened and the trees eventually disintegrated leaving a hollow ring of lava where they once were.
I drove back to the hotel to sit for 30-45 min before heading out of the park to the Kilauea Lodge for a 6pm dinner reservation. I had a lilikoi daiquiri, coconut crusted baked brie wedge which was served with bread, brandied ...
... Southern California.
Brock drove the entire time and made the trip in 38 hours straight. The only thing we stopped for was to get gas, fast food (which we ate while driving), and books on CD at Cracker Barrel. I don’t know how he did it. I offered to drive, but he never wanted me to. We knew we wanted to return to Southern California but we didn’t know where specifically we would settle. We decided we would just stay with friends for ...