Holiday Inn Express Century City
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... costumes and props. We had our picture taken in front of a green screen also. After it was time to visit the Friends set where we got to sit on the original sofa! Then they usually take you to see one of the sets which they are not fliming on that day. Unfortunately it wasn't The Big Bang Theory but we got to see the set of Mike and Molly which is a new sitcom on TV at the moment. We weren't allowed to take any photos but it felt really cool getting to ...
Wow! We've made it! It started with the longest day in my life. Mark however was up a whole day before the flight left on Friday, so he wouldn't miss the shuttle picking him up to take him from Tauranga to Auckland airport. I said, 'haven't you heard of setting an alarm?' He'd already discovered that customs side of Sydney airport didn't cater for transit passengers who wished to smoke. It's "Leppersville" being a modern day inhaler of copious amounts of chemicals ...
... For the main course I chose the NY Strip with the au poivre sauce. The steak was a bit of a disappointment considering the price—it was half gristle/fat and for the price and quality of steak house they bill themselves as I would expect better. It tasted good, but I was not impressed with the quality. I then rounded out the night with the Chocolate Bomb which is a lava cake served with mint chocolate chip ice cream. I prefer Hy’s Steak House for the meal ...
... Sally & Ellen's Scottish cousin Ronan, saw one of the most crooked streets in the world, walked along the coastline, did plenty of shopping, and went on a bike tour through town and over the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito before catching the ferry back. We both really enjoyed San Francisco - the city had a great atmosphere and was really accessible. The following day we hired a car and drove from San Francisco to Anaheim in Los Angeles. ...
... To look out across the valley and see all the different types of vegetation interspersed with those dusty mounds and then all the houses dropped into the landscape really is amazing. I don't think the photos from my phone do it justice at all. And then there's that iconic Hollywood sign that presides over everything. I don't care how much you don't want to look like and excited tourist, you just can't help it when you see that sign.
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