Howard Johnson Inn & Suites - Reseda
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... Avalon, a pretty sweet club. The performances were amazing. The one way better off course then the other. Lots of hiphop and commercial and almost no contemporary unfortunately. I had a great night tho and it was super busy. In between performances people were actually jamming, dancing and holding battles which was really entertaining. I recognised a few familiar faces from the american 'so you think you can dance' which was pretty cool. I said hello to Lody who ...
... it's a tour black gates and tall bushes but it was cool to see all of LA and he Hollywood sign. The next day we went to meet Robyn in Santa Monica and Venice beach where muscle beach is. We cycled between the two which was fun but Lily got pretty shocking tan lines. I moved down to venice beach the next day to the same hostel as Robyn. We spent the day mooching and then went to a quiz night where we met some hilarious ...
... br> they will keep not attending. Obviously, things aren't as black and
white as that and it does make you realise just how many lives are
out there with how many stories to tell. Like a lot travellers do,
you can help by working/volunteering/giving to a trusted charity/do
the tours that fund things for locals etc.
Time difference, constant changes in
diet, manky toilets, being on the go, the heat (don't underestimate
heat) the cold, air ...
... Hollywood sign. We also went to the Death Museum, listed as one of the best unusual museums to visit in LA. It was a truly revolting way to pass a few hours.
And that was it - 5 days was not nearly long enough especially when I managed to waste 2 of them. We will definitely go back to LA so that we can do it justice as we loved everything about it from the perfect weather to the friendly people. And after 5 months of South American food, the food was awesome! ...
... in the car only to find out that the PCH pretty much ended after Carlsbad and you had to take the freeway for a while because of a Naval base. My goal for this trip is to take the PCH for as much of the drive as possible and NOT use the freeway, but I couldn't have been happier. It felt SO GOOD to be driving over 40 and not have stop lights! But as soon as I saw a sign for Highway 1 I got off and the traffic was SO ...
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