Knights Inn Los Angeles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bus to pick up our rental car. Alison managed to blag an upgrade to a larger car which hadn't been offered to us at first. She'd be showing us how things are done in the States! We loved our road trip ride - a very spacious Ford Explorer. Result.
Once on the road, we headed to Santa Monica's beach front to get some lunch. We were all feeling pretty hungry from our early starts and so settled on a bite to eat at True Foods, a new health food restaurant chain. The ...
... likes of Kimbra singing, while the sun shone & we inhaled a meat pie, so hard to come across in California. We met the Australian Consular General- good contact to have when trying to get citizenship for your 1/2 & 1/2 baby.
With our first trip to LA we decided to make a weekend of it. We stayed at Venice beach, drove the boulevard which had gale force winds with sand being tousled ...
... was built in 1922 and features 44 hand-carved horses, and it was rebuilt in 1990 inside the Hippodrome where a calliope provides musical accompaniment.
Whilst on the pier we cashed in out LA GoPasses for unlimited rides at Pacific Park on their fun little theme park attractions. Hayley and I rode the West Coaster rollercoaster twice, and then all four of us went on the Pacific Ferris wheel. After that nice calm ride we went on the Sea Dragon swinging boat ride and Alex and ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">We went through to the gate for the last few hours. The chairs had power outlets and USB’s and we all commenced charging ‘everything’ like everyone else. They also had wifi so everyone could catch up on how the Llama chase in Arizona ended up and what colours that dress
... to the other towns nearby but it's just very built up, commercialised, bright and fun. We walked down the Walk of Fame and must have had "tourists" written across our foreheads as everyone we passed said "welcome to Hollywood ladies". We were acting very normal as far as we were concerned and didn't have our phones out taking a load of pictures like the Asians would and nor were we looking up at things in awe. Perhaps the fact that our noses were running along the floor reading ...