Holiday Inn Express Century City
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... Wir hatten noch etwa anderthalb nicht verplante Tage übrig und nach einem kurzem Check der Landkarte, beschlossen wir spontan nach LA zu fahren. Wir übernachteten kurz vor Los Angelos in einer Seitenstraße irgendwo zwischen einer kontinuierlich ratternden Müllbeseitigungsanlage und einer Kirche. Am nächsten Morgen drehte uns ein Typ auf einem Tankstellenparkplatz irgendeine Zeitschrift an – er war scheinbar irgendwer von den Zeugen Jehovas. In LA ...
... we could see where heavy guards gates and houses hidden behind trees. But the tour itself, and seeing where some of the most famous people in the world call home.. Is awesome!! I definatley recommend it.
Also on the tour we cruised down Sunset Strip and seen the infamous Viper Room, owned by Johnny Depp, the place River Pheonix died. Whiskey-a-go-go, and The Beverley Hills Hotel.
Our tour ...
... shared an airport transfer with the Chatty Cathy family before joining the rat race again. We decided to check into the first AA flight that was available at 6.50am, and then went off to have some breakfast and coffee. The day didn't start great though as we didn't get on the flight after all.
Already we were fearing a repeat of yesterday, but undeterred, we headed off to see if we could get on the 8.00am flight. Things were already looking bad since there were 32 travellers on ...
... out the heated argument going on in the car park. We set our alarms for an early getaway hoping to make it to the coast by midday. Thankfully, the miles went by pretty quickly and before we knew it we were heading up the scenic Highway 1 along the coast. With stunning views of the ocean, and having stopped off at the Elephant Seal Viewing Area near Hearst Castle (William Randolph Hearst's old gaff), we soon forgot about Bakersfield. Arriving at Plaskett Campground just after midday ...
The apartment is quite nice though. Furnished, heaps of storage, a washing machine and dryer, a dishwasher, a main bed and also a foldout couch. We quickly managed to fill the space with all our stuff (so in terms of rooms, it has a living space, a bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom - that's all), but were too pooped to care by this point. Now it's just time to bop away to the lovely loud music being played at the bar next door. Peace out from Los Angeles xo.