The Los Angeles Athletic Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... it to be more interesting than what it was. After the tour we went back to Miyako Hotel to relax. Our Contiki meeting was that night where we all officially met each other. Everyone opted to go out for dinner whereas I was just happy to go back to the room to bed. I must say I really loved the weather and overall tropical vibe in Los Angeles. I would love to go back and stay down by Santa Monica or one of the ...
... different ways on screen. Yet, strangely, it is a difficult city to get to know intimately. Unlike old-world cities with their compact, walkable centres, which often welcome you in with their cosy vernacular architecture and narrow streets, or wide tree-lined boulevards along ...
... drive out to Long Beach (along the coast), as we had heard it’s a nice place.
We make the drive out to Long Beach but soon regret it as we sit in traffic for 1.5hrs. We crawl the entire way but we finally make it. It’s a really pretty place, but we were tired from sitting in the traffic, so we quickly pull over and snap a photo before we head back to our motel. The traffic back was much better and we get home within ...
So, now we're in Farmer's Market. It's sort of like a European street market. Something for everyone. Mom and I wander around and look at stuff. We parked in the structure by a shopping center called The Grove. It was modern thing like Santana Row in San Jose. But.. On one end is Farmer's Market -- old school shopping... Bakeries, next to fish markets, next to novelty shops, next to a nut roaster, all flowing together in a rabbit warren of awnings. Mom is having fun. I'm ...
... so went on a little further, but too much further & we were heading towards downtown. Stopping to check where we were at, we found that we had merrily cycled on quite some distance and needed to head back. We'd reached the bottom right loop end of LA, when we were originally heading up to the top left end of LA. A backward diagonal route was required to cut across the city. Instead we had a directional debate, as Andy and his terrible sense of direction kept trying ...