Oakwood Apartments Marina Del Rey
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... faces and crazy hair.
By far my favourite bit of the day was the House of Horrors. Being a super cool badass I was unconvinced of the scariness of some lack lustre maze or corridors with actors jumping out to try and make you jump. Pffft. Lame. As IF that will scare me. I'm way too cool to scream...
...I was SO wrong! Even writing about it now I'm sitting here chuckling to myself. I don't think I have ever screamed like that! I was out ...
... over a couple of baskets of Dim Sims at Glendale.
Michael "enjoyed" the experience of peak hour traffic and now feels that he is a pro in LA traffic.. It was interesting to see the newer development of a suburban shopping mall built on the more a traditional pedestrian friendly town square but in the confines of a secure shopping precinct. We found a large Barnes and Noble book shop to do a bit of browsing.
... past the Santa Monica Pier to the Back on the Beach Café. The California coast is pretty amazing and everybody seems to be in a good mood with a permanent smile. The sun and ocean seem to be great medicine for the locals. After a couple of Fantas we headed back. Right away Owen slid out on the sandy cement and had a major 180 degree spin out crash. He was tough and worked through it. Road rash on his knee, side , thumb and 3 spots ...
... was brilliant, the King Kong tunnel is fantastic....so realistic with dinosaurs and King Kong fighting and attacking the tram car. The sets were great and entertaining with a Norman Bates scene and a a visit from Jaws.....loved this tour. Left LA and headed South to San Clemente (about 30 mins past Anaheim). Quaint little beach side town. Weather: Sunny 29 ...
... and also the classic view towards the downtown area and the Hollywood sign. As we exit the 405 freeway and start making our way up the hills we realize that the drive is not too different to parts of Big Sur; it’s twisting and turning and forces the driver to really focus on the driving rather than the sights. For the most part you’re not allowed to stop and enjoy the views, but ...