Hilton Garden Inn Arcadia / Pasadena Area
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... wasn't too packed. We stayed on the beach drinking and eating and chatting for a good couple of hours, we spoke to people behind us on the beach and they said that there would also be fireworks off a barge to our left as well as the ones on the pier to our right. The barge ones were run by a lady that lives there and does it as a tribute to her husband. Supposedly it costs $75,000 which is crazy but they were totally worth it. After sunset we walked ...
... when him and the guys went to Alaska and we went down to San Francisco, now joined us again for a couple of days in LA. Since our hostel is located on Hollywood Boulevard, we walked the Hollywood Walk of Fame numerous times every day and we did it again this morning when we went to In ‘N Out restaurant, a burger place that is not just a burger place and which sells the best fries and cheeseburgers on the west coast. With our stomachs filled we then headed to yet ...
... jump on a big blue bus bound for Santa Monica for the cost of $1. Ryan begins to worry that this was not a good idea. Cirsty finds a map for him to follow which relieves his worries. The pair congratulate each other when they make it back to their hotel. Ryan and Cirsty walk back to Venice this time to find it crowded with all walks of life. Cirsty decides skates would not be a good option. A muscle man is spotted ...
... not to use green paint) and the Giant Pyramids of Giza set against the backdrop of a man made Pine Forest as an innovative distraction from the thousands of shipping containers. Once we were on board the Island Princess we did our usual thing of exploring the ship. It is much like the others that we have been on previously with a central atrium linking about 8 decks. Our cabin is on Deck 8. The restaurant, ...
... have been better had the girls known who all the famous people were. When I had to explain who Elizabeth Taylor was, I realised that this exhibition was over their heads. Anyway, they did enjoy having their photo taken with Leonardo Di Caprio on the bow of the Titanic and shaking hands with Barack Obama. At least they knew who they were. We saw Elvis, Daniel Craig, Beyoncé, ...