Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Valencia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I was so terrified of messing up my pumpkin, but Josh picked quite a *******e -- and his still managed to look better! I was pretty proud of my pumpkin-carving skills, however.
Hallowe'en itself started early, watching the Rugby World Cup final between New Zealand and Australia. Paul and Lori had a couple from New Zealand and another (USA) couple come over for drinking and rugby. We won, of course -- so celebratory mimosas and high-fives ...
... By 'we' I mean Josh.
Then we met up with Auntie Lori (yay!) and bought a Coke to try and stay awake. Coke here tastes like Pepsi in New Zealand. It's a very disconcerting experience. Josh managed to fall asleep about five minutes after we got in the car, but I kept myself awake with caffeine and chatting and trying to get used to the side of the road we were on.
We got to Paul and Lori's house around 10am. Their house is beautiful, ...
... thin queue' at regular intervals and smiles a smile that shows she has not had the benefit of what here they call 'dental art'.
We chose a route today which would take us through farming land; olive and citrus groves, apple & pear orchards and acres of neat vineyards stretching across the hillsides in tidy rows.
Apart from one freshly dead skunk by the side of the road early on, for the rest of our trip today all the rest of ...
Today we were picked up in a luxury car and taken to Paramount Studios for a VIP tour. The driver's name was Edgar and he took us on the interstate freeway #10 from Santa Monica and turned off near Melrose Drive. The freeway was 5 lanes each way and almost bumper to bumper. So many cars! To avoid some of the busy streets, he took some of the residential streets in South Hollywood. We saw a wide range ...
... of LA. Each section is dedicated to a dead benefactor and his wife, who it appeared had spent their life's work collecting snuff boxes or pictures by somebody or some civilisation. So each section was stunning in its isolation, but didn't necessarily chime with the others. Very well worth a morning visit but it would normally be expensive. If time permits the La brea tar pits are next door, which exhibits ever poor animal that fell into the oozing sticky tar (black gold to ...