Holiday Inn Express - Los Angeles Downtown West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... mall right behind the Chinese Theater that validates parking if you shop or eat there. Bam. Problem solved. We promptly parked and checked out the real Walk of Fame, where the stars put their hands (and sometimes feet or hooves) into the cement. Sean Connery, Burt Lancaster, Robert DeNiro, Betty Grable, Clark Gable, Jimmy Stewart, etc. etc. Too many to name. And some that I thought were a little questionable...Sandra Bullock? Really?
Having worked up an appetite, we had ...
... Boulevard shopping area. Every upmarket shop you can image is there, and the largest Apple Store I have ever seen (although I'm sure there are bigger, elsewhere). The whole area of Santa Monica oozes wealth, but even here there are a large volumes of people sleeping rough with all their belongings piled into a shopping trolley, or similar. Many more it would seem, sleep and live in their clapped out cars. Is this really the richest economy in the ...
... a huge hit with the crowd and everyone singing along. It was kind of weird. Personally I found the Perry hour, with the dancing beach balls, trees and lions, to be a Disney Julie Andrews / Gidget type film that had gone oh so wrong. We have to leave the bar 10 minutes before the end of the game to make our flight. What the heck happened to Seattle in those 10 mins?
[Go Hawks!...wait, what??]
We fly at night for the 13 hour flight ...
... past Muscle Beach and saw all the Arnie-wannabes strutting their stuff...lots of men walking around showing off their muscles seems to be the thing in Venice Beach...no sure why that is meant to appeal, but apparently it does....! Venice itself, behind the beach bit is quite a beautiful and unique part of LA with streets built around mini canals to mirror the streets of Venice (hence the name). Quite quaint and lovely, but to me also looked very out of place in ...
... And we got to sit in the front row of seats, too! As audience members we had to do a lot of cheering and clapping, so our throats are a little raw now, but as I've already said, totally worth it!
In our mad rush to get to L.A. on time we did not stop for lunch, so by the time we got out of the show we were pretty hungry. Choosing to stay at Farmer's Daughter turned out to be a fantastic choice. They have ...