Diamond Bar Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... success #8 in the bag, his total finds right across middle America. Now onwards and upwards we had a 12 mile route into Los Angeles & up to Hollywood; sounds simple enough when you have checked the route plan and have a direction in mind. Turning onto Venice Boulevard and steaming it to the end, but having to stop at many intervals due to traffic lights. This stretch was the longest to cover on one road = 7 miles. We got to the correct turn off, but ...
... from their world and the people that inhabit it. Bubbles of their own exclusivity and existence. Pretty much all the cars that we passed on Mullholland Drive were worth more than my house and half the city of Melbourne (think Bugatti and Maserati). Gated communities only for the exclusive. Amazing views of the city of Los Angeles as some of these houses are right up top of the Hollywood Hills. We passed the houses of John Travolta, Quentin Tarantino, Jack ...
... then, we didn't name them) I had the good fortune of having "Mrs. Brown" as my teacher (we didn't have middle school, nor did we change classes in the sixth grade, that would come later in Junior High School) I don't know her first name. We would never dare ask one of our teachers for their first name; we wouldn't dare. It was considered extremely disrespectful to do so. Don't get me wrong, we were always curious, but ...
... blowing the thing up or getting electrocuted. To my surprise I got it done in a decent amount of time and I am still quite proud of myself for doing it. While I was fixing the Scamp, Kaitlyn did some grocery shopping and then we set off for Venice Beach. Everyone we talked to said we should at least stop there because it is a different type of beach town than everything surrounding it. They were right. It was a bit dirtier, but nothing too bad, lined ...
... is accurate for traffic jams so I thought we would head to Mulholland Drive which is a twisty turning road. This road was northwest of town so off we went onto 3 different expressways. The distance always look smaller on the map plus red line traffic jams popped up on our way up there.
We got to see downtown from the road and continued northwest. Got off at the right exit only to pass a stopped bus and the road to get to the other side and Mulholland so we had to do some ...