Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Glendale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the atmosphere. Loved the pomegranate tea refills too. We started seeing here how big the servings are and one between two is enough.
As soon as we stepped into the centre we were given a Lakers T-shirt, which I wore as I couldn't resist. The lights, energy and enthusiasm was infectious. Nik was in his element for sure. The game was so exciting and we had a die hard Bulls fan with us (I was barracking for the Lakers). Loved the ...
... was still warm and I had a lovely read and snooze on the pool lounges - just no tan (or sunburn). Josh partook of the pool, doing a few laps. To avoid a repeat of our extended time on the freeway, we decided to "cross town" to Hollywood nice and early, as we were meeting friends for dinner at 7pm at Ago (part owned by Robert DeNiro) on Melrose. So we dolled up (for the first time on ...
... far out of our price range or packing ability. Beach bound next, we cycled the length of Venice Boulevard and walked along the promenade parade, Lined with the usual stalls selling beachwear, souvenirs, tshirts, food and D'herb Dr's. There were plenty of random sights and Rastas selling their cd's along the sidewalk. Parking up the bikes by muscle beach & the basketball court, we strolled for a better nose along the unique stalls and wafts & whiffs of food & the ...
Lovely sleep in this morning - life is good for us little people. Decided to continue the resort lifestyle & have brekky in the hotel. Pancakes, poached eggs & eggs florentine later we felt very satisfied. Went down to the beach & rented some bikes to check out a bigger area. Decided to get a tandem for me & Jase as I'm pretty un-co when it comes to bikes. I thought about rollerblades which were a bit cheaper but then thought no - it's not 1996 & I'm not ...
... to continue my journey with my bright blue suitcase. After passing security I took a seat to wait until boarding. There was this funny old guy doing his morning gymnastics, which looked quite like he was saying his prayer or saying a curse. Hilarious, had a good laugh and so did the family that sat across from me. Once I got on the plane it was massive and super comfy. Was also lucky with seating as the dutch dad and daughter that sat across from me before ...