Howard Johnson Los Angeles/Near Convention Center
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... our luggage from the carousel and headed out to the street to wait for our hotels shuttle bus. It didn't take too long and we were on our way around a couple of blocks to our hotel, it's only about a five minute drive. We unloaded our mountain of suitcases and checked in. We are on the 5th floor, room 512. We were in perfect time for the managers reception, all drinks including spirits included and there were snacks like corn chips with warm cheese and salsa, ...
... an Avengers area with all different weapons and information, and a show featuring the most advanced robot currently in action. The name of the robot is Asimo, and he can walk up and down stairs, hold a conversation, kick a soccer ball and also dance. It is very well done, and makes me feel tall (he stands at just over 4 feet high!).
We took in some lunch at the Food Plaza Inn, a buffet with a tribute to the little princess within everyone, ...
... of minding patron's privacy I quietly moved about. Finishing photos of my second of three painting covered walls, I turned and nearly bumped into a gentleman of great enthusiasm.
David introduced himself and asked of my interest in the paintings, he said he had been watching me and was curious to know what drove my desire to record them. I explained proudly that my uncle had painted them. He smiled and slapped his thigh. David hadn't met ...
... along the beach, see the famous beach volleyball pavilion and if you are lucky maybe take a surfing lesson.
After I dry off I continued to Long Beach the proud home of the Queen Mary, one of the world's most luxurious ships to sail the Atlantic Ocean, the Long Beach marathon and US Grand Prix street racing, it all happens here. Board the Queen Mary for a behind the scenes tour and ...