Hotel Solaire Los Angeles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... quite cheap ($1.75) - but we did discover one thing: either all Australians or maybe just us, seem to be a magnet for the typical crazies that inhabit places like this - as Kerrie got her ear bent by someone who wanted to know about what we were up to and where we were going.. When the train arrived, we slipped away and stood by the door - it was only two steps to the Hollywood and Highland stop, and we didn't feel like being hassled again. There are a ...
... Was very cool. Then did the Shrek 4D experience, the technology is amazing. And we finished with a special effects show where they show you how they do special effects which was a good insight. It was a full day that we really enjoyed and we did manage to stop for a Chilli Cheese Hot Dog - which totally redeemed the American Hot Dog experience from our New York try.
Last day we headed to Flake again for breakfast then it was time to head to LAX to fly up to San ...
We headed off to get a picture of that world famous sign, reading a few stars along the way. Each letter stands about 50 feet tall, so they are rather high. We passed Johnny Rockets and Aaron thought that looked like a good place for lunch. Hamburgers! That one was for you today Aunty Juzzie! In true Johnny Rocket style we had burgers and shakes and I had my first “Root Beer Float”. We would call them Spiders at home, but ...
Yesterday we crossed the Mojave desert past the entrance to Death Valley- it was very, very hot. When we gotto Los Angeles it was still very hot. We were welcomed with drinks and swiftly given our rooms. Well, what about a room with a dog basket in the wardrobe with a blanket in,an aerobics mat and a polystyrene orange dog whose purpose defies the imagination. Yes that was our room. Apart from that and the ...
... long hair behind me like a gentle massage. Approximately two hours later, we’re still on the freeway.
“Babe, the sun is setting, and I’m getting cold. How much longer will it be?”
“Our exit is coming up soon. I’ll stop off the freeway, and give you my jacket.”
Babe 's jacket keeps me warm, I realize, but I wonder how he can stand the full force of the ...