Hilgard House Hotel
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... was on the 4th pass by, he actually convinced Patrick to take the mix tape and then of course asked for a donation (because nothing in this world is free). But when Patrick tried handing him a few dollars the guy stated he only accepted $10s at which point Patrick just handed him back his mixtape. If we aren’t even willing to pay $10 for a Drake or Kendrick Album why would we pay 10 for this random mix tape on the street that we haven’t ...
... jumping out of the water, backflips and lots of splashes as they hit the water), sea turtles and whales (who, unfortunately, didn't perform for us).
That's the good side of our voyage. Unfortunately, we've had a few problems! We've both had flu (real flu with high temperatures) and were confined to our cabin for 5 days in total - Margaret was diagnosed first and kindly passed it on to Robert! We missed the two stops in Hawaii - ...
... filled with bodybuilding equipment, tennis courts and dozens of pitches selling all manner of goods and services. Fascinating for us. And for the tourist amongst the crowds. For the locals it was a normal weekend choice. Went back to the apartment at by four-thirty. I dozed and she read. Then we drove up three or four blocks to Hollywood Boulevard and the Chinese Theatre where we looked at the Stars' hand -and-foot prints in the cement of the sidewalk,and then ...
... we set out early Tuesday
morning to see just what this shop was all about. On our arrival, we paid to park on the street - adhering to all the rules our friends gave us about parking in LA: make sure it is not street cleaning day, check and double check the signage all around you, read the meter and pay, pay, pay the piper. We did. Then we started our latest adventure.
Around the corner and down the middle of the block, we looked at the signage ...
... only a brief stop at a diner to fuel themselves up for a good night sleep ahead in anticipation for day 2: Californian Adventures. Good luck waking up at 8am!
The kids have been amazing to say the least. What a bunch of mature, happy-go-lucky bunch of people. Parents should be proud of the young adults you have helped shape.
Stay tuned for day ...