Foghorn Harbor Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... market; there were a ton of families roaming around. On day three we headed 20 minutes South to Manhattan beach to check the seen. Siena braved the ocean, Owen played football on the beach and Austin had a sandy lunch. After a full day we found a way to unwind with a crowded happy hour.
We are 6 days into the California lifestyle and we are digging it. We took the kids (Austin in a bike trailer) on a super long BLVD ...
Day 1: spent at Venice Beach, beautiful sunny day, walked long the canals. Ate dinner at a Vietnamese / French restaurant - best meal so far, and had French champagne (ofcourse). Day 2: at Universal studios, fantastic day. Heaps to do, shows, rides, tours and just looking around at the sets etc. The rides were awesome: Simpsons, Minions & Transformers ...
... to be seeping out of the very cracks in the pavement. But it always smells like something. I've never been in a place where my sense of smell has been so constantly assaulted.
Of course, the most obvious smell, the first, is the pollution. Stepping out of the departure doors at the airport, it's like someone's grabbed you by the face and is breathing at you with 90 year old smokers breath in the morning after drinking a tall glass of sour milk. And then ...
... proud. I would go the farthest and want to be the best because if I could be those things then maybe you would dote upon me like I needed. Just give me some small shred of affection. On those days in my imagination, I wasn't so lonely. Leaving that imaginary land was painful every time. Each time the rays of sunlight lost their sparkle and the world turned to a dreary gray... My senses would be jarred back into reality assaulted ...
... super double plus sized site overlooking the metropolis of LA. On display are works of art from Renaissance Europe, the far east, medieval cathedrals and much more. After a days meandering gently through the beautiful and serene galleries, our spirits are enriched.
Los Angeles has way more to offer than we have seen, but our finances are weeping under the expectation and so we have to head on down the road…. Death Valley next stop!!