Holiday Inn Express Century City
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... just attention seeking. Hopefully it doesn't affect our transfer at LAX...........
You will be glad to hear it didn't! There was ************e in customs, we used the new automatic machines for the passport processing, told a customs officer that the reasons for our visit was not to overthrow the US govt and within 30 minutes of landing were walking out the front doors of the airport; we had made it into the USA but our flights were still not over..
Well we are finally on our big trip. Had a good fkight to LAX - quite turbulent at times over the Pacific - however managed to get some shuteye. Arrived at the new Tom Bradley Terminal -a vast improvement to the previous terminal Air NZ used. LA weather was cool but ...
... to leave us puzzled is the busker who just swears at you - and I mean really swears at you - he yells and screams, harangues and abuses.....and we guess he is still wondering why no one tips him.
Home at last. A rinse and repeat of the previous night's dinner with the addition of desert. A little rearrangement of the sleeping partnerships (lucky for some) and things were "almost quiet" for the night.
#Fab5 #OMGwherewasBJ #VonandBJaretwins ...
... induced food coma. It is a pretty old house with lots of doors and access points so I hold no hope of finding them, and to be honest after living with mice catching cats for over a decade the little rodents don’t bother me all the much. Might have to alert the owners though…
We went to the Warner Brother’s studios this morning to go on a tour of the studio lots where they film innumerable movies and television shows, Gilmore Girls, Friends, ...
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Plane queuing at LAX is always a thing and being at night it was neat to see the line-up in the sky coming in and our own queue when we were lifting off. Documentation into Australia now includes an 'Ebola Questionnaire' which captures your seating info. I suppose that’s so