Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Woodland Hills
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... Still in one piece and intent on getting back, we carried on downwards and outta town; on and off the sidewalk paths depending on busy roads and if the cycle path had been taken over by parked cars. As night riders weaving in and out most of our final leg getting to our junction, only stopping briefly for a breather & rehydration on a grassy green at the junction with Venice Boulevard. Last leg was a straight run back, but was still a lengthy stretch ahead. ...
... like apparently you can turn right at traffic lights if its clear even if your light is on red. Also they dont really do roundabouts here so instead they have these four way crossings where everyone has to stop at and the car who got their first gets priority so no road is more important than the others.
After finding our hotel and parking at some dodgy all day car park (having to hand over our keys to the car park attendant!) there wasn't ...
... the way to the H2 highway.
After getting back to Waikiki I went for drinks at Mai Tai Bar in the Royal Hawaiian. I started with the Scratch Mai Tai and then also decided to try the Lava (banana, strawberry, coconut). Just as I paid my bill it started pouring again and I stayed at the Royal Hawaiian to wait out the rain sitting under their pink portico/colonnade relaxing in a rocking chair. Unfortunately this was one of the nights they do a free hula show on the ...
... of the American Jewish History, or is the History of American Jews, or is it the History of Jews in America was transformed from a beautiful storied oil painting by my late uncle, Neil Boyle, into an amazing mosaic tile mural on the side of one of the mausoleums. Dedicated in 1984 (we traveled as a family in 1985 when I won a trip to Disneyland and visited it with Uncle Neil), the story of the creation of the mosaic is ...
... is a first! My limp is back but the physio sitting next to me assured that the swelling will go down again. Arrived in LA at 9am. Coffee is terrible. Already struggling with the accents :/ And also abit freaked out about driving on the wrong side of the road. Atleast everything is in English ...