Days Inn Santa Monica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... developed in previous ones, this hostel had sorted. The kitchen was amazing, so many utensils, four sinks, very set up for us travellers. The bathroom had soap AND paper towel to dry your hands. An individual light switch and plug by each bed. So here's a brief outline of what we did in LA. Let's keep this quick. Day 1 - After 11 hours flying and a stop in Panama, we arrived in the USA. An English speaking country - ...
... ourselves back into unfamiliar territory, with still the patrol car keep popping its lights around the corner. We finally reached our main road back and cycled along the busy boulevard, thankfully there is a wide cycle lane for us. Glimpsing our garage junction ahead and the relief of collapsing was in sight, we made it back for around 9pm. It felt good to shower and rid ourselves of the sand encrusted lines. The massage machine worked its magic on my feet and then my ...
... night continued on in a somewhat crazy fashion at the bar where we had started our "quite" night. Oooooh I can feel a headache coming on!
Sa**************ed off early to Universal Studios !! it was fantastic, very hot and crowded and long lines for rides etc. if you ever come to USA U must visit especially with children they would just love it. Charlie Bear, there were Minions everywhere !!! From there Russell headed back ...
... getting used to, by O&J love it, very cool. The hotel is fine, very comfortable, and we are off to the pier and a dinner soon, as we only had shared sandwiches at lunch as the mean Dad was trying to keep the pounds off the family, so easy to overheat out here. Prices do seem very expensive though, more than I can remember, so we might have to delay the extension when we get ...
... a bloody advert". (The Hollywood sign used to read Hollywoodland and was a 1923 real estate advertisement).
After that, I took some photos of the Hollywood sign.
The observatory was the star of the show however - fantastically interesting; we spent a few hours wondering round the excellent exihibits. Give me a scaled down rotating moon (and 9 planets - yes, no one had the heart to pull down Pluto) and I'm anyone's. Add to ...