Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Woodland Hills
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Thank heavens for wifi! I had confirmation of my airline ticket and also the one from Quito - LA at end of trip (which i printed yesterday) but needed proof that I was going to leave Peru!!! Not sure how I'm going to get to Quito without leaving Peru but hey!
LAX has free wifi - so I emailed trip details to them (which they kindly printed so i don't have same questions in Lima later today) and ...
... trip will be, to walk where Jesus walked, see the Sea of Galilee, Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered, the Pyramids and the Sphinx, the treasures of King Tut, and so many other sites too numerous to name all at once. Weather permitting, I will also get to float in the Dead Sea - lowest place on earth and the saltiest body of water on the planet! Woo hoo!
Journey with me as I experience this ...
... but that soon changed. I think as they got more comfortable with each other, and during the course of having fun throughout the day, the volume in the bus steadily increased ! Good stuff, seeing them have a good time together.
We arrived at the Petersen Automotive Museum on Wilshire Blvd, and then were broken into a couple groups with our docents. What a great museum, with cars from all eras, and a very ...
... along the Interstates anyway. I had also visited Sacramento previously and didn't like it much. The main section of road I would miss was the isolated 250 mile section of Route 50 from Ely to Reno Nevada, 'The Lonliest Road in America', but frankly I had just about enough of endless stretches of empty road. I managed to change my ticket to get a direct flight out of Los Angeles to London, and decided that as long ...
... of the sky was. It was like a grey blue. There was no crispness and no wind which means even the skies are dirty in Hollywood with a constant smog overhanging.
Because everything was so spread out we decided to hit up a supermarket so we wouldn't have to drive an hour everytime we wanted something to eat/drink. The hardest part was the cereal isle. Jason spent a good 10 minutes trying to decide what sugary kind to get. There is a whole isle of cereal with any ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking