Hilton Woodland Hills
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Today: sleep in day. Phew. After going non-stop for a week and after a glorious reunion with our LA pals last night, we slept in this morning. Well, sort of! Marilyn still found herself awake early in spite of the fact that there were no pooches to take out to pee at the crack of dawn. I guess a habit is a habit.
We rise for a nice continental breakfast in the hotel lobby and then we ...
... that if you kiss a sea cucumber, you will get 7 years good luck, so Mom and I did, of course.
We’re back in the hotel now, and we're going to shower and get ready for the 16 hour (correction—two hours more than I thought) flight.
Say hello to Monday for us! See you Tuesday!
... 90 minute ride. At Shibuya station, we headed for the Hachiko exit. The girls were very familiar with this story as they had read it in school. This Tokyo professor would walk his dog every morning to work and then his dog would return to the station at 5 pm to meet up with him again to go home. One day, the professor had a heart attack at work and died. For months, the dog would faithfully return to Shibuya station at 5pm and patiently wait for the professor ...
... Even the scary moments where you are standing in passport control with a different passport to everybody else about to walk out the doors to an unknown place, it's all part of the experience and leads you to the friends you meet along the way. One of the biggest things I have learnt is how lucky I am to have the life I do back at home. It is time to get back ...
... Museum is in Brentwood area and overlooks LA with amazing views of the city. 1.3 million visitors per year. You park at the bottom and go up the hill on a 3 car cable pulled hovertrain funicular. Apparently it became the richest museum in the world in 1982 when it inherited 1.2 billions dollars. It has also inherited some of the most prized collections of art/history. We saw a very impressive and gigantic Jackson Pollock painting as well ...