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The last part of the journey from Victorville to Venice Beach was though Ben...... National Park which was lovely. We could see the snow capped mountains and huge freight trains running through the valley.....Dad I tried to get a photo of the train for you! We drove straight to Hollywood and to Rodeo Drive where we parked up and had a wander about …
Early in the morning we went to the Alamo Car Rental company at LAX airport and we have rented Pontiac G6 GT. Firstly we went to the beach near Santa Monica Pier. Then we drove to Beverly Hills and Hollywood to see West Sunset Boulevard and Historic Hollywood Boulevard (you know, the one with the stars on the pavement - see the photos). We stopped …
... wasn't convinced due to the fact that it was clearly made of rubber and not moving of its' own accord. We settled on the beach and started to relax. The weather was amazing; really sunny but a cool breeze constantly ran over you so we didn't get too hot. We failed to put on sun cream due to the fact that it didn't feel that strong however, this was probably one of the biggest mistakes I have made on the trip. We eventually did put sun ...
... Burden, who collected numerous street lights from different parts in LA and put them all together. At night, all of them light up which results in a romantic and magically lit place. On Sunday, Claire and I did the necessary souvenir shopping and strolled down the whole of Hollywood Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard once again. We bumped into a lovely fruit market with fresh products and many free samples and we paid a visit to Amoebe, the largest record store in town. We then went out ...
It all started yesterday afternoon. Sam's sister and her flatulent dog drove us to the Hotel at the airport. A quick run down of the place. It used to be the "Formule one hotel". Notice the e in formule instead of an a. I expect that this was to make it sound more exotic. However the most exotic thing about it is most likely the armies of foreign labour smuggled into the country to build it, before being ...
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