Holiday Inn Express Century City
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... right way. It was pretty obvious that none of us actually knew that the hike up was not actually a casual hike but rather a fairly strenuous steep climb because we were all wearing flip flops and Sperrys (well except Dad who was wearing his hiking boots). After a solid 40 minutes we made it to the top view at observation tower just before sunset. This view is actually behind the Hollywood sign itself but gave us a one-of-a-kind view of the city. After ...
... to put it mildly, and the IT guy on board just goes "Oh no! Not that Australian telco again. We always have problems with them". So, he's no help!! The end result of all this is that Margaret has not been able to access any email since around 22 Mar or so.
P.S. This was written some time ago. Have now sorted things and can receive my mail via Robert's tablet. Perversely, my tablet has started working again??? - but now I don't trust it ...
... a skewer of prawns, with hummus and salad or brown rice and coleslaw. It was pretty empty except half a dozen of LA'S Finest (cops) taking a meal break next to us. They were a few interesting snippets of conversation. Outside there was a full moon and a police helicopter with searchlight circling our block. A couple of minutes later we were home and the helicopter had flown off. We chilled, and then turned the light out at eleven in anticipation of the long day on the ...
... passed the CBS Television Studios, he showed us the queue waiting for the Sunday tapings of "The Price Is Right". The line stretched around the block - apparently it is free to attend - and there were the usual Crazies and people in the "Pick me" T-Shirts. Some street names brought back memories for me - of driving around the place 15 years ago. Tony delivered us safely to our Motel, who advised us that they had been full the previous night - and could not offer ...
... by the police in their 4-wheel drives, along with the equally distanced life guard patrols. A sun searing cooldown was needed, so we entered the sea and joined the breaking waves with some top bombing. The current and pull were extremely strong, we had a scream sea surfing and I was top doggy too, paddling in the furthest on the waves to the shoreline. Somehow I managed to keep my sunglasses on my head too, a miracle considering the tumble twists and rolly ...