Holiday Inn Express Century City
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... and running again. But, yes, this is the slow day. It is a coin toss as to which stop is first but we are off to the Farmer's Market and The Grove. The Farmer's Market, in the Fairfax district, has been in business since 1934. We have a mental list of specific places to visit and it sounds like we will be shipping fudge and toffee home... oh my goodness!
The second place we will drop ...
... iPads). On top of that our flight was 3 hours delayed (we finally departed at 16.00) because GPS in our aircraft didnīt work and we were asked to change the plane. When arriving in Los Angeles we had to wait for our bags for almost 40 minutes.
We always expect the worst when we travel with low coast airline companies but in general they arenīt bad at all and you usually get what youīve paid for. Most likely this was just a coincidence, but our flight from Hawaii to ...
... stars have their signatures and hand and foot prints set in the paving slabs. The boys wanted to have their photos along side Tom Hanks and Robin Williams.
Of course, a visit to Hollywood would not be complete, without a guided 'open-top' minibus tour! This was great, as it showed us places we would never would have found on our own. We travelled along Sunset Boulevard, where we saw the Laugh Factory, where comedians try to get ...
... came. They put up a statue of Hachiko at this exit and the kids were excited to see it (see picture). Once the pictures were taken it was time to take the "Shibuya scramble" (http://youtu.be/6NLe4syTWgQ) and find our apartment. The email that Teresa Wu sent us with directions to her apartment that we rented weren't very clear along with the notoriously complicated streets in Tokyo, we were having trouble finding the building, We asked some youths nearby, ...
... the trunk. The day just wouldn't be complete without mom losing something. And the other meaning of this title refers to a homeless man who wouldn't stop talking to us on the metro. He explained to us after balancing on the railing while the train was moving that his ass was the reason why he was able to balance. He made it sound very profound. The people we encountered today were one of a kind. Only in LA I ...