Extended Stay America - Orange County - Brea
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... still feels like it's a million miles away! Up there, we were lucky to meet (in spirit) the one and only, James Dean, who has a statue up monumenting when one of the first Hollywood movies was filmed using the conservatory viewpoint location, starring none other than, yup James Dean himself. What a hunk... Can you guess the film?
I'm certainly all for living the californian dream and it's easy to say I'd go back in a heartbeat..
Still in recovery mode. Bob still getting over his cold. Walked to downtown Brea this morning. Nice suburb with well maintained gardens and clean streets. Nothing opens before 10am, so it was very peaceful. The Brea Mall is a good size. It has 4 department stores: JCPenny. Sears, Macy's and Nordstrum. Lots of sales on, so there might be a couple of pair of shoes being bought, by one or both of us! There is a Tesla dealership ...
... outside with hot coffee. OK, another confession from this deprived, no chocolate for at least 35 years, girl. I have never enjoyed coffee and never drank it. So it was easy to give up when I went off caffeine many years ago. Well, when we arrived here from LAX on June 4th at 8am, we had some time to burn at the train station before we headed to Bayeux. There was a Starbucks at the train station and Bob wanted to ...
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... middle of nowhere. It did take us a few goes to find somewhere that sold a replacement charger; so we were about an hour behind when we stopped for a burger and a milkshake. The highlight of Peggy Sue’s 50s diner, on the old Route 66 highway, is the Diner-Saur Park behind it. This place is nothing short of bizarre. Out there, in the unforgiving sun, you’ll find a few metal sculptures of dinosaurs, a giant gorilla and of course, ...