Holiday Inn Express San Dimas
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... I'm getting a good 4G signal from T-Mobile up here on the hill and can “Hot Spot” all I need.
I elect to stay on the hillside for a few dollars a day less rather than down slope near the Lake. It is a wonderful view. Casey awakens on our first morning, whips out her binoculars and almost immediately spies a pair of nesting Red-tail Hawks about a couple hundred feed down the canyon from our RV.
The RV repair is a major ...
Had a good sleep last night. Dave's got gastro or food poisoning, he thinks it might be the Mexican Beef, I had a little of it & luckily I'm ok. Gerry isn't well this morning either Sylvia had to give him medication which has made him really sleepy. We went to Trader Joes to get some groceries it was quite an experience. Dave was going to make dinner but wasn't feeling well enough we went upstairs & had lunch ...
... beds the place was fine.
About the beds, the hotels seem to be competing as towho can provide the deepest mattresses which makes them so high you need a l adder to get in. It actually needs a running jump and a leap of hope that you will make it.
Today we had free tickets for the hop on hop of f buses but we
decided. just to chill out at the rooftop pool. We are not really interested in ...
... meters from the middle of Hollywood.
We decided to go to Venice Beach and Santa Monica Pier to make us stay awake, it certainly achieved that. We forgot that it was the middle of summer on a Saturday so the traffic was terrible and drivers here are complete nut cases. Venice Beach was interesting - so many crazy characters around, really great atmosphere. Its like a combination of Freo and Northbridge combined, ...
We only had 24 hours to spend in LA, arriving at 2 in the afternoon ANC leaving the same time the following day. We checked into our overpriced grotty motel and headed out to Hollywood. We followed the walk of fame through Hollywood boulevard, saw the Chinese theatre, saw the Hollywood sign in the hills and did some shopping. We had a hideously calorific burgher and milkshake and even scored wristbands for a free afrojack gig. Not bad for one day in ...