Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Woodland Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Welcome to the "Going Ape: Robert & Haley,
Father-Daughter 21 Day SE Asian Adventure" Travel blog. Haley and I leave late Wednesday night, July 1st, on our big trip -- one that has been in the works for just over a year.
This idea of traveling alone with one child at a time began in 2013, when Bobby & I went for 18 days all over SE Asia as a Father-Son journey. We returned with ...
... for some reason. Three very cool things happened.
First, I got hit on by the „guy from The Rocky Horror Picture Show"
Second- we went to a.... mall? I think it was a mall? Anyway, there was Hot Topic. And the kid working there (he couldnīt have been older than 20) started talking to me, asking me where Iīm from etc... Turns out his parents came to America from Czechoslovakia! Yay
And finally- something that ...
... And the last play...well, you no doubt all have your private pain over that, so I won't rehash it. Suffice it to say that we were outraged and stunned for a few hours (all while kids in the campground were running around hooraying over Tom Brady and how awesome he is). And I did go over my data allowance. So it goes.
Now on to something more fun...sightseeing in LA. The first step was to drop Rex off at the Hollywood PetSmart for boarding. This was something new on this ...
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This is one of the busiest major Outlet stores in LA so it’s like the United Nations of tourism. It is central and adjacent to some major hotels. Indians, Middle Easterners, Australians, and everyone else clamours around.
... be like in Christchurch before the earthquakes. We walked around for about an hour before deciding to go to the movies to kill another couple of hours. We saw a good movie called Rosewater, a true story about a journalist wrongly imprisoned in Iran in 2009, but after a worldwide outcry he was realised. After the movie we headed back to the airport to give ourselves plenty of time to get there, as it turned out we got there in heaps of time so we have hunkered down waiting for boarding ...