Fullerton Marriott at California State University
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... that encompasses Los Angeles is essentially a desert, the luscious green lawns that pave the gardens of the wealthy in Beverly Hills and the palm trees that line Hollywood's boulevard's are a credit to the ingenuity of humankind. Although, It is very easy to get caught up in the glitz and glamour of the rich and famous, yet all it really seems to promote is a front of excess, vanity, and decadence; whilst on every street corner there are people sleeping rough. A ...
I woke up at 6am, realized that i was still wearing shoes, so i took them off, and went back to bed. I got up at 7.30am, showered, dressed and then went to breakfast. After breakfast i went
back to the room and got ready for the day. I also packed bags and tidied up. I checked out of the hostel and left my bags in the hostel before heading out to the street.
From the hostel i walked ...
So the drive to LA was a long one. We hit the city limits and it still takes a couple of hours to drive through the suburbs to our hotel. Too "drived out" to contemplate further exploration, we wait until morning to go on our discovery mission of this massive city. Driving Santa Monica Boulevard is a must. Getting there and then nose to tail for at least an hour completes that one and so we go slightly further along the coast ...
... or cemeteries - population 35,000. Saw where Marilyn Monroe used to live - a bit over this celebrity bit.
From here we went to Warner Bros studios on 110 acres where they shoot movies and television shows - this really showed up our lack of knowledge in this field, obviously means we don't watch much tele. Taken on a tour of ...
... and monopolizing of our affection. But, in their defense, they were quite old. Spot was pushing sixteen and Natasha was well into her seventeenth year of life. Her limp symbolized a dog who had experienced better years; content now to relax under the shade of a poolside table.
After unpacking Roy and I agreed to take it easy that night. Roy was jet lagged and I was determined to make the best of the next day as the weather forecast predicted ...