Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mall, it was pretty easy to find the Apple Store, and soon we were well on our way to getting Jake's phone. After a little anxiety and waiting as his SIM card didn't work at first, the phone worked and he finally had a phone again! Yey! Whilst in the Apple Store, we took full advantage of the Internet. Jake restored his phone and I finally posted photos on Facebook and managed to post the other blog ...
... the bus back as it was getting late, so we waited for the 2 bus. On the short walk to the bus, a guy approached Jake, holding his shoulder stating that he felt that he 'knew him personally' and was he a 'movie star/actor?' America is strange! We laughed, Jake said no, he wasn't an actor, and we walked the rest of the way to the bus stop. The bus came: Jake got on first, and sat down on the sideways three seater. He was to the right, a Hispanic ...
... As per usual, Damien took several photos of lizards along the way but he was actually outdone by Miranda who took even more photos of lizards! On the way home we stopped for some yummy frozen yogurt. Frozen yogurt sounds healthy but not when you put chocolate fudge, choc chips and nuts on vanilla yogurt!
We are now sitting outside on Mary and Adrian's patio in the lovely evening, watching a few humingbirds in the garden. It is so nnice we are going to have dinner out ...
Santa Monica is beautiful, located next to Venice Beach or if you're a Grand Theft Auto 5 player, you will know it as Vespucci Beach. The reason I say this is that it is exactly the same, like EXACTLY. From where you can hire bikes from, to where the ferris wheel and rollercoaster are located. Small insite from a nerd perspective there.
We headed to have a cup of tea in a British pub in prep for our journey home the next ...
... and the word is well and truly out – the lines were huge).
From Los Angeles we had the transit from hell to get to Panama. We arrived at LAX by bus the ...