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... HOLLYWOOD on the hillside. It was all packed with tourists so we drove up to Griffith Park overlooking LA, along with several thousand others. Sun was setting as we found a spot to park near the top in an endless line of cars. We walked to the summit and took a couple photos of LA in the dusk and of Amanda posing, as she would, in front of the Hollywood sign. Eventually back down to our are we came across a fish restaurant and 'to go'. We both had a skewer of ...
On the last full day of our holiday we thought we really ought to get some culture into the holiday....... and indeed our blog! A number of people had recommended that we must visit the Getty Centre here in LA. The centre is about 30 minutes away from the hotel on top of one of the hills that surround LA. We drove through ...
... instead. He would have starved! The night was a quiet one, and we were glad to get into bed and set the alarm to return the rental car. I'd go back to LA to explore some more, The place was sprawling, crawling, and despite its tag of being gun happy and violent, we found everyone we met really helpful and friendly. I finally got to sleep after thinking about the weekend, and the television offered nothing new. Our last night in La, but bring on Memphis and the ...
... to check out the area around there and snap some pictures of the night-folk that were just waking up and venturing into the sunshine. Good thing it was still a little early and the real characters were not there yet...Kids got an education anyway! We were also educated on the history of Venice Beach; apparently at one time, the city was made to replicate Venice, Italy and had canals all over, complete with gondolas. Only five ...
... Bell. It is at the top of a hill that overlooks the coast and was used as an defensive base durig World War 1, the huge cannon bases are still there. Korea gave it to the US as a token of peace and friendship. The view was icredible. After that he took us down to a “park” that was once a road running along the coast. After an earthquake the road and coast line collapsed leaving chunks of road along the steep hillside. The “park” ...