Hotel Tryp Los Angeles
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... they drove us to the point where the light house stood for a cup on mint tea and a view of the Atlantic Ocean. Then we were wisked down to the beach for a camel ride. Camels are big animals. Mine wore a net over his mouth. When I asked if he was a biter, I was told he only bit other camels. I was hoping my tan slacks didn't confuse him. They were calm and obedient and rode much like a fat horse. Our guide Jamal had his most ...
... with hand luggage. All worked and I was under weight - phew. Went out for a coffee and a quick breakfast. I had difficulty ordering the coffee - another customer assisted with the translation - I received a double espresso but no milk - bummer. As I was returning to the hotel I walked past desigual - the shop I have fallen in live with. OMG there was 20% off if I signed up. I browsed through the shop wishing I had enough room in my bag to buy a few items. I decided ...
... We walked over to the royal palace and had an ice cream in the garden there, watching people have wedding photos taken. We then looked for the market , we walked round and round for about 45 mins but there was a theater where my app said the market was meant to be. It wasn't signposted along with all the attractions either . Very weird. We ended up sitting in a cafe ...
... stage and played two songs right next to us! Way to give a little love to your fans in the back! Leaving the concert we are of course hungry again so it is time for more tapas! Not sure about some of the open restaurants we opt for the known La Concha again. This time we order tower of tomatoes, tomatoes stacked with layers of mozzarella, and Salmonojers, a tomato paste-like mixture you spread on bread. Both very tasty, I'm becoming a big fan ...
... water rafting etc. Heaps of parkland, connected with tree lines paved area's - rollerbladers everywhere. Very upbeat audio, informative but corny. Spanish pub lunch, No English (spoken or written), no photo's, no iPad or internet to translate.... Chose a few thinks and Kiwi picked around the Ajo (garlic). Beers were good. Toured La Seo Cathedral. Another ancient treasure, lit more candles (electronic they may be) for you sinners. There was a tapestry ...