Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Arcadia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so I said yes and she said "We're looking for some volunteers for the show. Would you mind helping out?" After Liv agreeing half heartedly we were taken backstage and dressed up to be part of the show where they attempted to saw Liv's arm off and dressed me up as an astronaut. A pretty cool experience at Universal Studios!
... in and they all sit around in groups talking and laughing. Some of them try dancing on the side of the road for money, or attempting to sing. The others don't bug you at all. After walking for what seemed like forever, we decided to head back and just go eat at the restaurant near out apartment. It was too late, about 7.30/8pm but we were both ...
... back we both feel a little warey of where we actually are because of the amount of sketchy looking people around, but the drive of being in bed after a long day is good enough for us.
Now LA is a big place, trains and busses are the cheapest and by far the easiest way of getting around and are pretty direct to most of the places worth seeing. Stepping off the bus to Venice beach, the atmosphere is somewhat just like ...
... free t shirt!! Eventually we gave in to our fatigue and our hunger and headed to Hard Rock Cafe. Always reminds me of Rach and Tom and our Christmas/Birthday celebrations so I was glad of the reminder of home. Had a wee chuckle when I saw the bacon mac and cheese (three-meals Aspinall). An early night was definitely on the cards so after a quick stop at a liquor store for supplies and nibbles we were straight to bed in preparation for our bus tour of LA we had planned tomorrow. S ...
... the Hollywood sign close up, so I was a bit disappointed not to do that. We did however visit Madame Tussaud's. This was the only way I was going to see a famous movie star even if they were in wax. So I had lunch with a young George Clooney and rubbed shoulders with Michael Jackson and Brad Pitt. It was a long tiring day. I've been to Hollywood now and I can cross it off my list, never to ...