Hampton Inn & Suites Los Angeles/Sherman Oaks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... due to Easter they were closed. The food was good and she even made her daughter and friend who were both rather attractive cook us breakfast . They took us for a drive around the city but all up it was a great experience and Liam and I really enjoyed our time with them and will be keeping I touch for sure.
Bradley Slater &Liam Younger
The bus ride to LA took the best part of 8 hours. The time was passed by all the boys, staff and some parents singing a song ...
... and there was a constant queue and muttering around it. The muttering is because the people want one photo with one sign, and as someone said out loud, "queuing is a *****." The day ran out mainly because we'd started late, and as we drove back in our rental car listening to the local satellite radio station, Watercolors, we talked about what we'd do that evening. We'd discovered that David Sanborn was playing on an island and Larry Carlton was playing at ...
... lunch period,” I recount. “They had music, spot lights, and an emcee dressed as the Joker from Batman, who announced each contestant when it was our turn to walk out from behind the curtain. The audience roared when I walked out on stage, and swung my hips down that runway like a professional model.”
“Did you win?” Cherub asks.
“Yes, I won for the ‘Funniest Costume,’” ...
... residence" in LA...). The gates are literally made with gold trimming?! He also pointed out the homes of Katy Perry, Halle Berry, Tom Cruise and the Beckhams. I felt we were in good company!
Next stop was the Chinese Theatre and the Avenue of the Stars. Outside the Chinese Theatre we strolled through the clay plaques comparing our handprints to those of the stars ...
Since neither of us was in a hurry to leave San Diego or get to LA, we took our time packing up, said one last goodbye to Laura and headed out mid afternoon. Our route took us straight through Encinitas so we decided it was in our best interest to make one last stop to walk around the town and enjoy happy hour. We strolled through a neighborhood a little inland to try and get a realistic idea of what living here would be like and then headed back down ...