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We headed from San Bernadino to stay in the Rosemead area of Los Angeles for a bit of a cheaper stay. We dropped our bags off and headed for Hollywood to get it out of the way. We knew that it would be another tourist trap and as you have probably gathered from Las Vegas and Time Square entries, we aren't a fan of this at all. Now a lot of the same happens here as it does down Time Square, people try to shove CDs in your hand which ...
... time in prayer as I consider my future plans. A few highlights: - Watching the sunset at Manhattan beach. - Eating at In 'n' Out! - Spending an afternoon at Santa Monica and eating lunch two tables away from Isla Fisher and Sasha (Borat) Cohen. - Buying a few meat pies for a few aussies missing home. Interesting facts about USA: - Sugar seems to be in everything ...
Dave feeling ok so far & has had a little breakfast so hopefully he is over this Gastro. We went to the Hollywood Costume Exhibition for 11 am. It was very dark inside but the costumes were incredible really good we must have spent a couple of hours going all the way round. When we got out we went to a cafe & had something to eat with tea & coffee & sat talking fir quite a while. Sylvia went home & Dave & I walked a couple of blocks to the ...
... the nearest car hire place and headed there to exchange our gps. Funnily enough, the lady showed Ginny how to actually hook it up, no new gps necessary. Oops. Off we went again, but we decided to switch our day around and went to the Petersen Automotive Museum first. It was great, Sam was in his element. There was an awesome Mustang display, and a Hot Wheels section. Lots of old and new cars to look ...
... we've all eaten way too much, so a strict exercise program will start next week. Most nights we have eaten in restaurants and the cost has been under $25/head for a 2 course meal including a couple of drinks. We found that alcohol is very cheap in the country areas (bourbons, gin, rums - 700ml mostly under $25) but once you get into the bigger cities the price goes up considerably.
The scenery in the National Parks & Monuments just blows ...