Holiday Inn Express - Los Angeles Downtown West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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April and I are in route to San Miguel de Allende via LA. Our brother, Mike and his family live there in Culver City, a quaint area of old LA. Beautiful little stucco houses dating to the 40's and now some amazing remodels such as my bros.
As I got off the plane April and I texted to find a meeting point. First stop for me was the …
... and trying to find a celebrity we gave up, if it was meant to be that Beckham walked past then that was that. By the time we finished I had felt like I had seen lookalikes driving past anyway so let's just pretend I did. :D We headed back down the urine smelling streets of downtown and went back to the apartment. The next day we drove up to the Hollywood sign in the hills which was actually really fun. Most people do it on the open top coach ...
... for no reason? Read the blog. We had fun.
OMG what was your favorite place???
- This question is really hard and we don't have a solid answer. It's like asking Madison her favorite chocolate dessert or Jack what all of the steps of the Krebs Cycle are--sometimes you simply don't know. We found it easier to divide our favorites in categories, so here you go:
... Irish comedian, the Sydney Philharmonia Chamber Singers, a soul/motown/swing group. Most evenings though, we listen to a harpist and then, for a complete contrast, go to the pub to listen to an excellent pianist/guitarist who is very versatile with a wide repertoire. The pub hosts quizzes throughout the day so we usually catch a quiz before going to bed.
... but a combination of all of those. I just felt raw, like someone had stripped me of everything comfortable that I knew and left me on the side of the desert road I was driving on. As I was trying to process what was going on, I realized that I had hit my limit and needed a break. All this adventure, all this learning, all this self-evaluation had finally caught up with me and I needed a break. I needed to be comfortable, zone out, and not have ...