Holiday Inn Express San Dimas
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... Records exhibition which was all about world records! It was an interesting exhibit and we learnt a lot of useless information.
We followed this with a visit to Ripleys Believe It Or Not exhibition which was also full of useless but interesting information.
The third visit of the day was to the Hollywood Wax Museum (not to be confused with Madame Tussaud's ) ...
... nobody made room on the bus for them. By the time we made it to our hotel there was a huge line and it took us nearly 45 minutes to make it from outside the doors to the checkin desk. By the time I finally made it up to my room it was 2am and I planned on being up early for breakfast and also to have time to talk to someone at Virgin about rebooking my connection. One of the attendants earlier in the morning had mentioned that I may need to pay for another flight seeing as that ...
... eyes and stay between the sheets.
Despite much advice to the contrary, and even after two stops, we sailed into LA at 11.30 - a little over five and a half hours drive. Woo hoo!!! Damn the critics I say.
Our travel companions Penny and Torquil who are joining us on our New Mexico balloon adventure and old mate (and close ...
In the morning, we made our way to the hotel lobby for a horrible breakfast. It was crowded, poorly stocked with bad food and terrible service. Online reviews beware.
Regardless of how it started, today was a big one for us. We had been lucky enough to be chosen by online lottery to get tickets to view that day's taping of the Conan show at Warner Brothers' Studio. Becky was thrilled because she has long been our family's ...
... day there! But alas, we had a few more iconic LA sights to visit, so we headed there.
Watts Towers, located in the neighborhood of Watts, were almost destroyed when the man who built them - the Italian immigrant Simon Rodia who devoted 34 years to building them - abruptly left the area, never to return again. Through a serendipitous series of events, the demolition orders were reversed and the towers are now a National Historic Landmark and a symbol of LA. ...
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