Holiday Inn Select Diamond Bar
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Well today Xmas eve in LA was a day of shopping!! Started off With the pretty women thing - Rodeo Drive Baby. Walked the strip and went to Beverley Wilshire Hotel. Took photos inside the hotel. Saw the piano that Richard Gere played and took photos in the lobby. Jessica bought a piece of Tiffany. The only person I know who has bought something on Rodeo Drive. Next we went to ...
... changed before we even started!
Bus driver was of Mexican origin - female - and pleasant enough. However we hit the freeway only to come to a standstill due to a car on fire. So appropriately enough we detoured. Only trouble was bus driver hadn't a clue how to reach Union station, had no sat nav and couldn't make out what the office who she phoned while driving were saying! She seemed more concerned at her lack of dinner and delay ...
... the cap off and apply some. See lip gloss. Security guard seems confused - maybe she prefers the gloss finish rather than the matt or I spoke too quickly. Finally after 2 hours I make it to my departure gate. But wait it gets better My name is called at the boarding gate. I must present my passport and boarding pass for the six hundredth time. They check both, print me another boarding pass and give me a stamp to say they have ...
... br> seen much of what is on your back doorstep. So don't be surprised
when you reach a country, go to one or two cities and feel you
haven't seen much of that country either...countries can be HUGE!
China, India, Australia, USA just to name a few of the larger places
we went and whilst we made the most of the time we had, we definitely
didn't see it all. 10 months and 16 countries is a tall order and so
we had to chose wisely on where we wanted to go in ...
After stuffing our faces with unhealthy delicious food (safe to say we may be unrecognisable when we get home) we carried on our merry way. LA was pretty quiet on a Sunday night so we struggled to find somewhere happening (don't people know we are on holidays and are ready to party any night?!), but we ended up at a place called Laurels Hardware which was a cool little bar which had been converted from an old hardware store. The cocktails ...