Baymont Inn & Suites, Los Angeles
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... disposable crockery and cutlery, manky apples – geez, I sound like a hotel inspector!). Then we headed out in the car. Very pleasant, painless journey to the place we didn’t get to see last time – Paramount Ranch! Rich is much more confident driving-wise! We simply keyed in the postcode for the ranch and half an hour later we were there.
Berries! We got to walk about the set for Dr Quinn Medicine Woman! The Western Town where they filmed ...
... to get late so we drove out of yYosemite by a different exit and headed down towards the coast again where we hoped to reach Monterey to begin our trek Northwards but not before going to Laguna Seca track for a pilgrimage which Moto GP watching friends will understand. Arriving late after darkness fell is always a challenge when travelling. Having the GPS on the Tom Tom made it so easy and the phone with internet data makes finding a bed a breeze thanks to ...
... an after party which I came along to. At this point I hadn’t eaten all day since the bus ride in and when I rocked up, totally unaware there would be food there, and saw prawns, calamari, sushi, dumplings and a well stocked dessert table I cried a singular tear of pure joy. Oh and there was free beer. Good beer. I drank 4.
Yesterday met up with some friends from Greensboro and hit up the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We saw only a ...
... phone to tell me the time! I could have spent a lot longer here, browsing and enjoying the sights of Santa Monica...even the man who sold me the watch was amazed we were only here for one day. So we'll out this on this list of places to come back to one day.
The Hop On Hop Off bus ride back to Hollywood gave us more narrated insights into many places, stories and some history of Hollywood. Once back in Hollywood we decided to have dinner at the ...
... is the rows and rows of palm trees everywhere you look.
We arrived at the airport with plenty of time to spare to look around duty free only to find that terminal 2 is minute. There are 3 places to eat, 3 shops and not really enough seats for the number of people needing them. We are now very tired and can't work out how our body clock will cope going forwards 8 hours. See you all soon, Louisa & Ollie xx