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We left Las Vegas at 0750. It was so nice to have a later start. Liz and I are quite tired, especially after going out last night. It was a long day although it was lovely looking around the old part of Vegas and watching the shows but we were really ready for our beds. This morning we are travelling to LA, we will be leaving this coach and hopefully picking up another one with another tour guide to spend the next three days competing our 11 day ...
... wasn't great and it really had was a fridge and a microwave. So it looked like we would be eating microwave meals for the next three days. We decided not to over do much on our first day and that a good rest was in need so that we could make the most of our time here. With that we had an early night after our barely edible microwave meals. We woke up to sirens and traffic, only slight different from the noise we were use to in NZ. After struggling to get up, ...
... amp; the Grove. We just had. Quick walk around the markets as there were too many food stalls as Dave was still having pains in his stomach. I had a look round Zara, Top Shop, Nordsetrom & Jag where I got a pair of jeans & a jumper. We were going to catch a bus back to the house but we just missed one so we started walking, it took us about 40 mins to walk & we stopped at the Chemist to get some more Gatorade for Dave. We had scrambled eggs & toast ...
... be right in the middle of it! Being a bit tired and used to the slow paced life, Venice Beach was a it too much for me to handle at first. The next day though I got into the groove of it and loved its eclectic mix of people, busy boardwalk and myriad of things going on. We just cruised around and took it all in!
After a couple of days there it was time to pick up the van we had hired for 10 days. It was a Ford Windstar and this was going to be our ...
... Zealand. The sights on this trip included the most items on our "want to see" list. Here is the link: https://www.trafalgar.com/usa/tours/hig hlights-of-australia-and-new-zealand/su mmer-2014 We know some travelers prefer to immerse themselves in the culture and/or explore on their own. However, we prefer to have a knowledgeable tour guide who can show us places we may have never found on our own. It's also nice to share the experiences with some new ...