L.A. Sky Boutique Hotel
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... drive from Vegas to LA is 4.5 hours and it seems like nothing but flat depressing landscape with even more depressing looking towns along the way. Ironically it's actually very mountainous and the mountains are quite beautiful but in between is quite bleak. We made it to Hollywood at 8pm after quite a few hours on the road. LA is ...
... I lasted, happily chatting with them and the Campbells for about an hour. Long enough to witness Skyler and Griffin excitedly jumping off the dock, into the coolishly/warm water of Lake Washington. Fat Albert was buzzing over head, when suddenly and expectedly, the Blues made their entrance from the North and continued to screech/booming our ears with sonic booms, every minute or so. The clock was ticking, so 45 Minutes before Seattle Limo ...
... journey on today.(Route 66).5AM and I am ready to start the day (not a unamious decision)...body clocks still not in sync with the local time;however we were on the road by 7.30am .Same pattern- J drives in the morning and G in the afternoon.
Beautiful bright clear skies and temp of 80 degrees with green,green paddocks flashing by to our Country music station.Many paddocks already baled or cut and lots of large ...
... that we didn't join sooner!! We have had a fantastic time!
Andrew & Karen Slater
Absolutely outstanding trip. Wouldn't have missed it for the world. Great rugby awesome to see the growth from start to finish. Thanks to the management team and standing ovation for Mr Locke who without his awesome let's do it attitude this would not have happened. Thanks for the new friends we have made and BRING IT ON 2015 NPBHS RUGBY.
Annie & Neil Petersen
... were designer shops everywhere - you have to be "buzzed in" to most of them - definitely not for the likes of us!! We stopped on Bunker Hill, location of the Disney Centre which is a massive theatre complex with fabulous architcture.
Then we went to Hollywood Boulevard which was - tacky! We saw the Chinese Theatre where they hold the Academy Awards, we walked along the Walk of Fame, we saw (and dutifully photographed) the famous Hollywood ...