Embassy Suites Brea - North Orange County
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... br> Our road trip experience was great, we both enjoyed the luxury of having a car, being able to make as many spontaneous roadside stops when we wanted and the adrenaline rush of driving on the wrong side of the road, in the wrong side of a car, on a six lane freeway. Yeah 'cos it's cool right... I would definitely recommend renting a car as it makes life so much easier and even gave us the freedom to see the Hollywood sign close up... which by ...
... as their goal, being a Saturday, during school holidays! Fortunately we were going in the opposite direction to the traffic which was stopped, at lunch time, through the canyon. On the way back to Brea, we stopped in Orange town centre, the original hub of Orange County. It has many, many antique, collectible and 2nd hand stores. A lot of the original settlement architecture has been maintained and it was a pleasant area for a ...
... here. So, we made a plan to meet at at Shakespeare and Company, a famous bookstore from long ago. We hugged around and then Kathy came with us for a few hours as Steve and and wife and 2 kids took in some more sights. It is always so fun to see some good friends from home on the other side of the world. It was the coolest day of our whole trip. No rain just brisk cold air. We headed to, of all things, a Starbucks ...
... the Battle of Normandy because the Germans were busy defending a major city to the north.
Bayeux is also the home of the famous Bayeux Tapestry. This 60' tapestry depicts the Battle of Hasting in 1066. If you're interested in more details, google Bayeux Tapestry.
The next planned entry will be from our hotel room in Bayeux. ...
... this epic drive from the Grand Canyon to LA, but happy as we were and ready for new sights, the journey was nothing short of amazing.
Even though it turned out our rented sat nav had a dodgy charger, and about two hours into our drive decided that enough was enough, and shut down. We were on our way to Peggy Sue’s 50s diner in Yermo when it informed us it was tired and going to have a little kip, so at least we weren’t ...