Days Inn Santa Monica
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... collects on the top of the tar pit years ago animals use to come and drink at the waterhole to drink then fall into the tar and disappear. they still to this day find their bones in there. Drove past LACMA which is the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Outside of here they has a collection of 200 old street lights in rows. This looks fantastic out the front and has been used in many movies. t any of these places you can stop and get off then catch the ...
... So expensive.. Went back for another ride on Simpsons with mum this time. Then went to do the studio tour around the back lots.
We saw Jaws come out of the water, saw the movie set back lots used for films with Doris Day, James Cagney and where they used to live on the Universal site while they were making the old movies. Saw the streets and houses used in Desperate Housewives and saw all the props used for Jim Carey movie The Grinch. There ...
... through. Every time I changed lanes because traffic was moving faster…it wasn't. Whew, that was a long day.
But we are here now, safe and sound and it's happily nearly cocktail hour. Then dinner with a former work colleague from Anthem tonight and then tomorrow a day with Mary's Godmother Agnes. It should be much more relaxing.
Stay tuned all;
Mary and Agelo.
... down with the thickest, yummiest shake imaginable. We decided to walk the block down to Sunset Blvd which was a bit seedy, however we found a T Mobile shop that set me up with a local sim and good data plan( no more dodgy paper maps hello Google Maps) On route home to Santa Monica we cruised through West Sunset Strip, Beverly Hills and Bel Air to gawk at the very wealthy and their palaces and turned again towards the Santa Monica beachfront. All in all a very busy and fulfilling ...