L.A. Sky Boutique Hotel
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The Los Angeles Farmer's Market opening in 1934 - another great thing born the same year as my equally great Mum!! It is known as the Original Farmer's Market and has a fascinating history. It's worth clicking the link above to learn more about the Fairfax and 3rd Market.
Seeing it from the street it is rather unassuming. Yet, it is quite intriguing when you approach the cream and brown trimmed structures that enclose the market stalls, restaurants and shops. ...
... almonds, walnuts all green and lush. You also see different terrain with brown hills. This is all so different than back home in Ohio or Michigan. Trips like this make you appreciate the vastness of the U.S. of A.
Of course, if you are in California, you have to eat at an In n'Out that serves hamburgers and fries, fresh ingredients all the way! So, we stopped there for lunch!
So, headed to Westchester near LAX to visit with some longtime ...
... street to see if we can spot any movie stars out jogging. There are plenty of joggers, but no one we recognize.
We pass through Beverly Hills and discover beautiful Greystone Park, where a swanky event is in process with young, glamorous people dressed to kill quaffing champagne and canapés. It’s ...
... the departure from Sydney than Auckland. It also means you get a return across the Tasman included in the main fair and a full allowance of luggage. Staying as usual at Travelodge LAX. Very good location. This hotel is the original first motel built at LAX so an interesting ...
... to go on the Matahorn Bobsled ride where you sit single riders one behind another and you spin round the mountain like you're in a bobsled, obviously. To recover we thought we'd do Snow Whites Scary Adventure, and when it says scary, it means it, me and Mel were hiding in each other the whole way round! It was not suitable for children at all. We stopped for dinner at the Village Haus and I had another pizza and a cookie to get me through ...