Eldorado Coast Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... line in case we got lucky. We didn't get lucky. The studio tour was quite good, as our tour guide told us the most important thing to know is that "everything is fake" - brick walls are not brick, two storey houses are only one storey inside and in any TV show the back of a house and the front of the same house on set are probably 2 different people's houses in the show. We got to go on the set of the Big Bang Theory (they weren't filming that day) and see lot's of Batman ...
... names in the stars gave it away though. To be honest, half the names in those stars I hardly recognised. As we walked further up towards the main section of the street the crowds were more gathered, people were pushy, there were street buskers and entertainers and people ushering you into their shops to sell things to you. It was quite overwhelming to say the least but it was fun. I felt like I was $1million walking through. We stopped off in the Hard Rock Cafe (conveniently ...
... was beautiful and the display of aircraft was awesome! It was hard to believe that when I walked the entire length of the deck that it was all 3 inch armoured steel plate and not concrete! After we had finished with the tour we headed north to Los Angeles and tried to find somewhere reasonably priced, safe and nice enough to stay! The traffic was OK and we tried a little to the north west of the city, so that we could easily access Santa Monica to finish off the trip ...
... hour and a bit just wondering around looking at all the different types of animals they had at the zoo, but time was knocking on so I took off to the Santa Monica Pier. The The Santa Monica Pier is a large double-jointed pier located at the foot of Colorado Avenue with multiple attractions for tourists.
The first thing I ran to was the Ferris wheel, I was pretty impressed by the view of Santa Monica at the top of the Ferris Wheel it was ...
... and no one came to sit in seat number three. So, we were able to spread out a bit.
Sam was a bit tense when it came time to take off, so I helped set her mind at ease by telling her stories about technical things such as how the wing flaps while in the air and how you can see through the wing when the flaps are down. It didn't help. Some people just don't want to be helped.
The flight was 14 ...