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... If we come to LA again it would be a good area to stay in rather than the desolate, very noisy airport area. We flew this evening on Spirit Air to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This was a real low cost carrier as the seats are not meant to recline at all so they have been able to fit in more rows than the normal plane. Everything was fine with this as it was on time and we arrived early at Fort Lauderdale for our connection to ...
... at the foot of a coastline of cliffs on the way to Malibu. Once I arrived in Malibu I parked at Zuma Beach and took a refreshing paddle along the waters edge as the breakers rolled in. It is the second time I have stood on the Pacific coast but the first time I've ventures in the water. All that remained was the drive back through Santa Monica to LAX airport and the journey home. Nice weather again today with sunny skies and a high of ...
... There was hardly any honking, and pedestrians have right of way. Unless there is a red light, generally if you are pedestrian you can cross any road without fear of being honked or run over!
Public transport in all three cities has been easy to navigate. Especially if you pre-plan with google (you can't pre-plan journeys in Melbourne, go figure). It all came ...
... hand and foot prints are kept. That part of street was closed for preparation of the Oscars and they were rolling out the red carpet. The Dolby Theatre (aka Kodak Theatre) is where the Oscars are held! which is opposite the Chinese theatre. Some people there were weird and seedy but it was all very interesting, after which we passed Whiskey, Viper Room and Roxy music clubs while cruising the Sunset Strip.
... s a shame we only have 1 night in LA to explore however with this tour we get to see celebrity houses in Beverly Hills/Bell Air, the Hollywood sign, the farmers market, sunset bullavard and the walk of fame so at least we'll see quite a lot in 4 hours. We would have chosen to go to the beaches too however this tour takes 6-7 hours which may mean we would be late back for our Contiki tour meeting tomorrow night at 7pm so we've gone for the 4 hour city tour instead just to be ...
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