Hilton Woodland Hills
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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Po snídani, ke které si jako správní amíci dáváme už pátý den míchaná vajíčka, párky, slaninu, toasty a kafe americano, jsme vyrazili po městské dálnici do muzea. Pokud vám 6-proudová silnice nestačí, LA vám nabídne i 7-proudovou! A právě dnes jsme pochopili, k čemu slouží tak široké silnice – k …
První dnešní zastávka byla v Santa Barbaře, městě srovnaném se zemí po zemětřesení 1925 a znovu vybudovaném v jednom stavebním stylu. Tady jsme si dali hodinovou procházku městem plném palem a fíkovníků. …
... wasn't too scary.
Lunch at The Hungary Bear Restaurant. burgers and fries for the kids and Alex and I had a chicken wrap. We have learnt when they offer chips with your meal it is a bag of potato chips and we need to ask for fries to get hot chips. We sat next to the lake and watched the Mark Twain Riverboat go by. It was nice to take a break and be out of the sun. After lunch we went on a Winnie the Pooh ride, it was very slow and the kids weren't too ...
... as we found a nice Japanese restaurant just of E 2nd Street that had a lunch special at a reasonable price. We got 4 dishes (each of which came with rice) which were chicken teriyaki, Japanese beef, katsu curry and unagi. Unagi is freshwater eel with a sauce and not a state of total awareness like Ross from Friends says. Needless to say, as you can probably guess, I didn't like it.
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... at a local restaurant, and headed home. In the next few days, me and Courtney headed to the holocaust museum, where I was shocked to discover that 6.5 million people were slaughtered during the holocaust, and it wasn't just limited to Jewish. Jehovah's witnesses, homosexuals and also gypsys were persecuted. It was a real eye opener. The day before I flew out to Mexico, we went to get ramen in little Tokyo, which I had never had, and it was delicious! We also headed ...