DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Carson
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... 914 m) limits access to small aircraft only.
After this welcome break we began the return journey in the dust to Avalon. We twisted and turned and bumped our way over the wash boarded road as we slowly lost elevation. Eventually we stopped at a turnoff where we had a stunning view of the Infinity anchored off shore. 3 1/2 hours after we started the tour we were dropped off in Avalon. The tour could not have been better.
We slowly made our ...
... centre point of the strip. We dropped our bags and got straight out as we knew we were getting no sleep here and couldn't wait to explore.
We headed out on a hike up the Hollywood hills to see the famous Hollywood sign, it was organised by the hostel so we wanted to take up every offer of free sightseeing we could. When we first saw our guide we were a little worried as he came out with big headphones on. ...
... Isn't that part of being in another state? Trying out their food...well my want to take the healthy road has succumbed to the temptation and my body has definitely begun to take a turn. You can't go to Ra Sushi Bar and get a salad when you see the glorious plates leaving the kitchen. I, without second though, blurted out my order of the Las Vegas Roll. A savory crab and cream cheese roll in rice and seaweed, ...
... stuff for the hotel, new sheets, and a plastic dresser since we have three months worth of clothes. Ha ha I promise this blog will be interesting. I plan on taking an adventure every day somewhere different in nature, getting right with the Lord, and exploring as much of California as I can. This will definitely be an exiting ...
... is that the climate is dry and sunny so that outside productions are easy to make. What also impressed us is the sheer numbers of people that are involved in production. The stars are very few in number compared to the support and back office people. We were shown and handled some of the movie props and found that they were mostly fake, made out of styro foam or rubber, We were provided with a sumptuous lunch in a shady section of one of the park ...