Marriott Long Beach
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... a serial killer and, therefore they are not for public consumption. (Talking of sunshine, Cunard announced a dull day with temperatures of 12c today, so I put on long trousers, long sleeved shirt and light jacket and ventured out into heat in the late teens. It was a glorious day, when short sleeves would have been in order.) I've described the contrast behind the shambles of Immigration processing and the joy of uploading videos. But the biggest contrast of ...
... way to do LA was to use Air B&B, a way of renting rooms, sofas or sometimes entire houses or apartments from other people who sign up to it. We chose to stay in someones furnished shed for our stay, an American couple who were fairly established on Air B&B who allowed us to use all of their facilities including their hot tub! We arrived at about 2/3am and were given instructions of how to get in the shed and use the bathrooms in the house etc. The ...
... any shorter. Certainly an interesting walk with lots to see. Darren was fascinated with the Medical Marijuana Doctors openly selling their stuff.
We saw the local Fire Dept at Venice Beach so of course I had to jump on board with Captain Wicks. I feel so much safer knowing he is there to rescue me should I need it.
We headed to 3rd St Promenade for lunch and a bit of shopping. Darren walked away with 4 pairs of sketchers, 2 board shorts and 2 ...
... into Hollywood. This time we visited the Chinese theatre first while there was space to see the floor. It was amazing to see the footprints and hand prints plus random bits like the prints of Harry Potters wand. From here we get the bus up to Warner Brothers Studios. After a bit of no one seeming to know what was going on we boarded the studio buggy to be driven round the 'streets' from the movies. We saw areas from various films and from ...
... lunches in New Orleans. It's always a good fallback when we couldn't find a suitable place to eat in a new town. There were about a dozen subway stores on Canal street alone, and they are everywhere throughout USA, even in the small towns. Since Jeff and I were last here in 2001, we can certainly see how the city has suffered following Hurricane Katrina on August 29, 2005. The boardwalks are still all very damaged and many areas that were alive with bands and music when we were there, ...