Doubletree Los Angeles/Rosemead
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... show started. We sat about 4th row from the front. The seat was green and it had 'soak zone' written across it. Obviously we knew we would maybe get wet. We didn't know that while waiting, the cast members would hold an absolute straight face, walking through, forcing his way onto people's seat, shooting you with waters guns and tipping buckets of water on your head. Yes, BUCKETS of water. Yeah, there were angry people, and people who ...
... the end of the day, a sign is a sign!! From Hollywood we embarked on our final leg of Route 66 to Santa Monica Pier. It took us around 1/2 an hour to find a parking space close to the pier as Santa Monica public and council seem to have an aversion to RVs!! As we walked along Venice Beach up to the Pier, we were all very excited and a tincy wincy bit proud of the journey we had completed. Our photo alongside the official sign at the end of the pier will long stay in ...
... here we come!
This is probably one of my favorite places we visited during our trip. Like I mentioned before; I really like the ocean; the sound of the waves, the salty smell, even the seagulls. We were a little concerned about finding a parking spot, but that turned out to be not that hard. Several streets have this parking garages with 7 or 8 floors of parking space and they are even really close to the ...
... The beach is by far the biggest beach I've ever seen it looks like it would take about 20mins to walk to the sea from the edge of the beach and as you can probably tell from the struggling with the running that extra 20mins to the sea never happened, plus who wants to go in a cold sea. Feeling a bit more energetic we found muscle beach which was more of a adult playground consisting of Olympic rings set out ...
... tours including several OAT tours. The other half are like us...never been on a tour and somewhat skeptical. Regardless, they all are very experienced travelers and there are a lot of conversations already about trips and experiences. The age appears to be from late 50s to early seventies....and I got to tell you, we are both choking a bit realizing we are at the stage of life where we are going on group tours with "seniors"... No matter how savvy and outdoorsy everyone is. ...