Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Monrovia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We hopped on a bus tour today to see the sights of LA. We got picked up two streets from our hotel at 9.10am and immediately met up with a young couple from Hawthorn. It was nice to hear some Aussie accents. It was interesting though to find out that people on tours don't really want to talk to each other - unlike in the movies. Our tour guide was called BJ and he was very knowledgeable. The bus was called a Rasta bus and had a very definite Rastafarian ...
... around the Chinese Theatre and Dolby Theatre is probably the nicest part. It was really cool to check out the stars, it is after all the biggest tourist attraction here!
After this we continued on to get a good view of the famous Hollywood sign on the hills then went into Beverly Hills where everything goes upmarket and posh. We stopped outside Hally Berry's house, Ellen Degeneres and my favourite Jennifer Aniston's house. Unfortunately we didn't see them or get invited ...
... gone by and there was really no point in doing anything else. We lounged on the beach watching the fitness freaks running up and down the sand and I felt rather unfit. I did look up a CrossFit here but I think I'd be eaten alive! I went for a dip in the ocean to make amends with it after the other day and got Dais to do the same. As they say, when you fall off a horse the best thing to do is to get right back on it. The waves are big surfing waves but ...
Under the Sea!
That's what it was all about today. But forget Ariel and Flounder. We're over everything Disney. Today was about getting wet and having close encounters with the all sorts of sea life.
After a long drive south, with endless stretches of beach, we arrived at a refreshingly empty theme park. Today's objective: stay cool and have fun. It wasn't too hard.
First stop was The ...
... any essentials.) Chas looked up the movies available on the plane - lots of good stuff. The flight is 16 hours and Frank has a jet lag theory that we should stay awake until a normal bedtime in Australia. So, we're all going to try to stay awake until it's 11:00 pm in Melbourne before we sleep on the plane ... about 7 hours into the flight (like THAT'S gonna ...