Valley Inn & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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8am breakfast buffet for $12!! Hella yeah. On the menu - Oats! Oh man, I've never been so excited to finally smash some oats down, just like back at home. Going from eating a whole cup of oats sometimes twice a day, to none, was definitely an easy transition. But it felt so good to know I could get something healthy! Though I even didn't touch it. I went straight for pancakes, bacon, bacon, bacon, eggs, bacon, French toast, bagels.. And way more!! ...
... first flight. There were several hours until the next flight, so Ted and I went to get something to eat. Even though a nearby Chinese take away was serving orange chicken, their food was more like Panda Distress, not Panda Express.
After looking on the Internet, we cancelled and re-booked some flights, as well as getting some accommodation in Dallas. We already knew by this stage we had missed our connection so had to make other arrangements. Ted and I maintained most of ...
... Karma for our decision to choose booze over beauty the night before. So instead, we had breakfast, packed the tent and then headed out on the free bus to Hermit's Rest and ran back from there. The views were still stunning, and as it was still pretty early, there weren't too many people around. Sadly, we realised - as suspected - that cycle touring doesn't share much of a fitness crossover with running, but our sore legs and panting lungs were compensated by what must be one of ...
... last of the visable view for the evening.
It was then back to our little roomette, mainly to organise our belongings for our arrival into L.A. After doing that and obliging to the final call for service in the Parlour Car, we were finalliy pulling in to the infamous Union Station (also the setting for the end scene in the final episode of 'The Big Bang Theory' season 7). On the train, the attendant mentioned that Union Station is basically a mini ...
... we knew it, it was time to go to the final club. Unfortunately this one was the furthest away from the hostel. We went to a club called Ohm in Hollywood and Highland shopping centre. This club was huge, had a massive are at the bar, a big dance floor, two big black blocks on the dance floor, a stage on the side and the DJ boot with a little tiny higher bit before the DJ where you could stand on. The music was good and there was lots of space to dance. I had a really good time and so did ...