Days Inn Santa Monica
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... and it was very cool to be at the end destination of the route 66. We learnt a lot about the history of the pier and found it particularly brilliant that Charlie Chaplin was the first to anchor his boat and fish on a regular basis there. It was also interesting to discover that the pier isn't just one pier, its two! They had to build the second pier to put Pacific Park at the end of it. For those who have never been, Pacific Park is a theme park built on what appeared to be the end ...
And then there were two...again. It was time to downsize our seating capacity for the drive to LA so Ross treated himself to a muscle car. I was super excited when he pulled up in the shiny black Camaro, until he dropped the bombshell that at the shop they'd offered him a black or a yellow and he chose black. What? Yellow - always yellow! Anyway, it was a sexy car and a powerful beast no matter what the colour. As if on cue the San Fransisco fog lifted as soon as we hit ...
Happy Easter! Plans for today: Shopping at 3rd street and photo shoot on the beach :) 3rd street shopping in Santa Monica is always fun and since it was Easter Sunday lots of people were out and street artists everywhere. Abercrombie had a 40% total store sale and Anthropologist is always a good store to find fun things in. Kids love the Brookstone shop so had to stop there. Lunch at the Steak 'n Shake was great :) Bought some yummy Peeps Easter chicken at All about Sugar - it ...
... some type of fashion clothing shop.
Lunch in the 3rd Street mall at a greek cafe. Had a gyros salad with meat being a beef/pork sausage like stuff rather than the real meat cut from the marinated stack we are used to.
Checked out a few sports shops and the dinosaur sculptures along the mall.
Once we had decided to take a break in the journey to Nicaragua, I asked our friends for ideas of what to do in US. ...
... were sitting in the hostel's Tiki Garden, which seemed surprisingly quiet. The only other occupant was Kim's new found friend, the Raccoon, that was peering down directly above us over the fence ready to pounce. Her opponents in the staring competitions are definitely getting more substantial. The next day we found home. A small hostel in one of LA's coastal towns, Hermosa. We arrived to a cloudless 25 degrees, a promenade of bars and restaurants and our hostel was situated above ...