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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and all, but priced a bit high for me. I did pick up a few records as souvenirs, including a limited edition Deep Purple reissue, 'The Book of Taliesyn', in purple vinyl.
Now it was time to see the real sights. We wanted to see the Hollywood sign and the Walk of Fame. We put 'Hollywood Walk of Fame' into the GPS and headed that way, but it took us a couple miles away from the actual main part of it. We did see some stars on the sidewalk there, so we parked to check it out, ...
... there were constant reminders that the USA doesn't have an adequate social safety net. There were a range of shops either selling bongs or "medical marijuana evaluation appraisal" (to sell dope by getting around the Californians' medical use only controls). All changed when you got to Santa Monica, the pier was very busy with crowds down for the holiday weekend. Anne thought the pier seemed disappointingly small compared to how she'd imagined it: ...
... the 2 hour delay to get it fixed. Ron]
Calgary to Auckland takes 24 hours, including an 8 hour layover in LA. We leave LAX to spend the afternoon at Manhattan Beach, which is the closest beach community to the airport, only being a 15 min taxi ride away. It is a typical LA beach, with all walks of life, bejewelled with that special LA glam and glitter. LA folk have a special take on fashion. I see more than one pair of short shorts paired ...
Tomorrow we leave behind the 38 - 40 degrees heat of Los Angeles and head to the milder climate of San Francisco, via an overnight stay in Monterey. I have really enjoyed LA - it is such a vast city of diversity. It is really hard to get a good sense of its size and see it all in such a short time, however, I think we did a very good job of sampling some of the main attractions! Yesterday we spent the day out and about and visited places such as Venice Beach, Santa ...
... as a sketchy part of Los Angeles -- now you know the where -- we arrived at our hotel in Pasadena called Farmer's Daughter on Fairfax Avenue. It's a rustic little motel-type place, very charming; Jessica and I both liked it as soon as we walked in. No time to actually check in though; we valeted the car, checked our bags at the door, threw some sunscreen on, walked across the street and got in line --wait for ...