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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... I headed back over to the park area and watched the kids playing soccer for a while. There was such a community spirit amongst the area and I wondered if this was a regular weekend 'gathering'?
Afterwards I headed back towards the hotel and decided to stop in at 'Fat Burger' for some lunch. I enjoyed a lovely burger while sitting in their bar area watching the prelude to the Superbowl (American Gridiron Grand Final). In the time it took me to eat ...
... his skates. I think it was his first time skating!!! Day 2 - I woke up and had a shower. It was a hot shower. Also, Sam showed me how to do the American showers because you have this big metal tap and you gotta hit it right in the sweet spot. We had this shower gel called Paradise Blossom. We had breakfast downstairs in the lobby. I had three waffles, a bowl of Cheerios (I liked the Cheerios better than the Australian ones) and Apple juice. How do you make ...
People we had spoken to who have been to Hollywood could only tell us negative things, but we decided to go there with an open mind to make our own opinion... It was awful. We had already booked in for a night at a hostel there, the cheapest in the whole of LA - this should have really given us a hint. We spent the first part of the day walking down Hollywood Boulevard, looking at the famous stars on the floor, seeing the sign from a viewing point, putting our hands on top of ...
... it wasn't long before I'd stopped reading the sidewalk. Each intersection looks odd, and all the places I want to go are constantly on the other side of the road. Even parking buildings are baffling with the feeling that you are driving up the wrong way, and when it did feel right to me I was facing oncoming traffic tooting at us. I kept saying signs that read head in... and I'm thinking I will as soon as I get a park. I go past one and back in. I'm walking down ...
... I was naked.”
Cherub laughs, “No wonder they thought that you were nude. I remember the following year, when you came to our building delivering papers dressed as a Playboy Bunny. The men in our department never stopped talking about that outfit.”
“I showed a photo to our Finance Manager,” I recount, “of the three of us who worked for him in our Halloween costumes that year. He asked me ...