Garden Inn & Suites
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... car, and did the double-take when the steering wheel was not where *he* thought it should be. Our Motel for the first night was up in Hollywood - the Blvd Hotel and Suites - on North Highland Avenue, near the corner of Hollywood Boulevard. This was a 35 minute drive from LAX - but it was very interesting heading through suburbs we were accustomed to hearing about on Television and in Movies. Tony, our driver, did his best to keep us updated on where we were - ...
... or not, half the cost of a trip to a Cape Town dentist!!!
Bit of nostalgia for dad driving past UCLA and Santa Monica.. bit of "Pretty Woman" flashback moment for Mom seeing all the sights around Beverly Hills.
Had an awesome lunch on Malibu Pier before heading to the airport for flight to Honolulu. Stunning weather, blue skies and warm - welcome change from the cold of the snow..
Will send Maui update soonest..
... true... A red Chevrolet Camaro convertible sat on the rooftop car park waiting for us. We cruised the streets of LA and Santa Monica with the top down and the music up. The air was thick with smog and was warm. My hair tussled about as we manoeuvred the traffic chaos making my ever so glamorous freshly arrived appearance look even more dishevelled. Damian was lapping up the v8 noise as we made our way to our hotel along the four lane freeway. The hotel is comfortable ...
... Museum for more much needed car theropy, and back to the Motel for a bit of relaxation at the pool, god help us we needed it after Friday night pheeew!!!!!!! We returned to scene of our crime on Friday night for a quite meal, only to meet some Aussies, you wouldnt believe it one of them used to live at Lower Longley.
Tomorrow we head out to Route 66 for a much awaited cruise in the Mustang, cant wait this will be the drive of a lifetime.
... the fabled Highway 1, the last road we'd take back to San Francisco. We stumbled across the Emma Wood State Beach and pulled in - thankfully they had a couple of bays free. Erin went solo up the beach and went for a dunk in the Pacific, I had a snooze. The pacific air was thick with bonfire smoke (every bugger had a fire going) but it was lovely to drop off to the sound of the Pacific lapping the shore and even nicer to wake to the same sound.