Embassy Suites Los Angeles/Glendale
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... parenting skills. After lunch we walked back to our hotel, arriving at about 2:30. Our room was ready so we checked in. What was planned as an afternoon rest time quickly turned into a 2 hour swim in the hotel pool. At the same time Evan made a succession of unsucessful phone and internet attempts to hire a car for our roadtrip which begins on Monday. A sense of urgency was developing, prices were varying wildly, rental locations where you could speak to a person closed at 2, ...
... gave up and went and sat by the pool. When Nomes awoke from her slumber we were both hungry and decided to walk to the 'Bubba Gump' restaurant for tea.
For those of you who haven't seen Forest Gump you can skip the next bit! This restaurant was classic: it was rustic wood style and there was not a spare inch of wall space left between all the vintage signs with sayings on them. Among the wall decorations were tin license plates which ...
... meters from the middle of Hollywood.
We decided to go to Venice Beach and Santa Monica Pier to make us stay awake, it certainly achieved that. We forgot that it was the middle of summer on a Saturday so the traffic was terrible and drivers here are complete nut cases. Venice Beach was interesting - so many crazy characters around, really great atmosphere. Its like a combination of Freo and Northbridge combined, ...
... this is also part of Beverly Hill, please correct me if I'm wrong). Because, "OMG this is the street where Julia Roberts was shopping in Pretty Woman". We laughed, honestly, I took us longer to find a parking spot then to actually walk around there. The street might be... 50 meters long? We walked around a bit in the other streets, but as well known, the shops there are to expensive anyway for the regular tourist. So we hopped in the car again. ...
... the first few hours of the flight. Started Monica's "notebook" Kristy found an Israeli who kinda took over the group & who assigned us all numbers so he can keep track of us. I'm number 8. 8 hour layover in Madrid... Wandered aimlessly, had amazing Greek yogurt with mango sauce. Hung out with Ilsa, Elisa, & a guy. Started to get to know some kid names kyler & his friend better and met a few others. Flight Madrid to ...