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... the next day to do some more nosing around.
When we arrived, we parked up near Hollywood Boulevard and strolled up and down the street, looking at all the stars in the pavement and at all the hand prints outside the Chinese theatre. We found our matches in Julie Andrews and Jack Nicolson. Alison was pleased to spot Marlyn Monroe! We were all pretty surprised by the number of grungy people around Hollywood - it wasn't the glamorous place Kate had anticipated but it ...
We docked in San Pedro which is a huge, bustling port. We berthed
alongside the US Battleship Iowa which served during WW2. Amongst her
claims to fame, she carried President Roosevelt and his War Cabinet on a
top secret voyage through U-boat patrolled waters to North Africa. Since
2012, she's being preserved as a museum.
Robert went to visit the Iowa whilst Margaret went on a "LA Discovery".
This was a coach trip through LA with a ...
... The Pier is also the Western end of Route 66, a road on which we travelled quite a lot on our journey from the east to west coast, so it was call to see the sign that shows the end of the line.
Finally it was time to hit the beach, and what a gorgeous beach it was. All sand and very warm, but too hot for me to lie out on though, and Alex and Ruth concurred. Hayley I expect would happily have laid down on the sand and burnt a bit more but that wasn’t happening. Instead ...
... 8216;first and business class, people with children, requiring help and members of our silver, gold and platinum rewards groups’ and a general stampede. Our seats were at the back so we were next on. This, however took a long time as ‘people with children, requiring help and members of our
silver, gold and platinum rewards ...
... round Long Beach Harbour where we could see the old Queen Mary, followed by an enjoyable Mexican dinner.
Sunday dawned brightly and as we were a little more recovered, wanted to do the tourist bit around Hollywood. Poor Mark he must have done this so many times but was still willing to indulge us. We trekked up and down Hollywood Boulevard searching for our ...