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... guide explained how they trick you by using smaller furniture in the background and triangular shaped rooms etc. It was the same with the rugby field, that was a lot smaller than most people's gardens! The tour ended in a museum of clothes and props. The Friends stuff included Rachel's massively long letter to Ross, the 'Best Bud' bracelet and the jumper that identified Ross as the father of Rachel's baby! There were clothes from films including The Great Gatsby, Inception and ...
... have to say was great and to bed 23 hours after I got up, ouch!
I woke two hours later to my new Android phone chirruping away with incoming emails and stuff; I ignored it rolled over pretended to be asleep. At 2 am I got up and had a look the reason for one chirrup was a text telling me in the last 12 hours my phone had consumed 30MB of data for the princely sum of £240, wow. Back to bed. At 3am I was raised by another chirrup, 40MB ...
... from Walmart and then had a look in Target. We both had to buy some summer clothes coz jeans & jumpers aren't going to cut it at the beach and in the desert!!!! We packed for Canada weather not California! Once we were done it was time for the final leg of our journey. We took the coast road all the way and went through Malibu, Santa Monica, Venice Beach etc before arriving at Dockweiler Beach around 5pm. There was lots of busy traffic, especially from Santa ...
... A left turn later and we soon arrived at Santa Monica Pier, our journey's end. Hooray We made it to the Pacific Ocean.
Huge crowd still when we arrived about 4:30 p.m. We parked right on the pier and walked its length. Many t-shirt and souvenir shops along with a Ferris wheel and a carnival atmosphere marked the original boardwalk. Close to 5:30 p.m. we stopped ...
... to very much more modern & swish. The towns and houses we passed seemed to celebrate being on Route 66. There didn't appear to be any classic old style stops or photo opportunities tho. But maybe we were just looking in the wrong places? It quickly became evident that we were entering Los Angeles. The houses we passed were gorgeous. One particular town I wouldn't say no to living in was called Glendora - huge ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking