Baymont Inn & Suites, Los Angeles
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... and loud. Went out for a feed at the hostel. But didn't have the energy to attempt to make random new friends. But on the note of jet lag/energy, I'm feeling alright. It's 8.12pm here and I'm keeping myself up till 10 then I think I'll be fine with the jetlag. It's only 1.12pm in Melbourne, but my body is already use to LA time. Tomorrow I'm doing a Hollywood tour at 10am. I'll try make friends then ...
... after much negotiation with my meaner half!!) then had lunch at....Denny's!!! And yes, it is still pretty average. Afterwards, we decided to catch the bus to Manhattan Pier Beach, one of the famous beaches in LA. To be honest, ours are probably nicer but it was beautiful and the fresh sea air was so invigorating. The nice thing about the beach was that the sandy area was really wide and flat, which made a great playing field for volleyball. There were miles and miles ...
... I will have after thoughts this week as I acclimate back into city life - and will share as they arise. Then, I guess, it will be time to put this adventure behind me - and start planning for the next one...
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PS - Mr Lungs did not sing during flight or landing (thank goodness!). I did, however, have to listen to him snore and saw him in pajamas - which ...
... the farm he works at and hot tea with Sue. It was cozy and great to catch up with them.
The next morning we had breakfast and headed to Needham, where I grew up, to see my old childhood house. I left there when I was only 8 but I have so many memories from that time...really great, happy memories. So I wasn't prepared to drive down my street only to see that they had torn down my house and rebuilt a giant new one in it's place!!! Ooof. That definitely takes a ...
... Country" of Johnson City, Texas. I stopped in Johnson City for a minute to see where Johnson was born. That's when I first encountered the sign...the sign that said, "Due to the Government Shutdown, this facility is CLOSED." It looked nice, where they had set up a little village where the Johnson family had lived for many years. Then I headed the 14 miles down the road to a town called Stonewall, Texas. That's where a State and National Park share ...