Ocean Lodge Hotel
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... all the trails collided to cross the mountains, as a result lots of history, another great bloke with lots of tails (Thanks for your time Bill) another hour disappears. Love the Airforce Pictures and bits and pieces on display. theold ford is awesome too.
From here sadly Interstate 15 North covers the Old Route 66 so it's onto the interstate to find Upland. This is another surprise, what ...
... previous owners of Murphy Ranch dreamed of a Utopia where they could sustain life there for year or more. There are drawings of a 4 million dollar home and began hiring architects in 1934. The plans show elaborate bedrooms and an indoor pool etc. In 1941 the plans stopped as the US entered WWII. So this guy Schmidt wanted to expand the compound and create a Nazi holdout till the war ended. But the natl. intelligence was watching him raided the place and ran ...
... found out it was some kind of do for Steve Martin. I'm confident we made the right decision to leave. The next day, we spent our last hours in Uncle Sam's yard riding on the cruisers and indulging in some more beach time. With days like this I could really get on board with becoming a Venice beach bum, without the crack probably. In the evening we bid farewell to our new pals and hopped on the bus to LAX. Our party in the USA was over and we were travelling west to the ...
... numbers dwindled in comparison. Santa Monica is like a little town on the coast with shopping areas, cafes and bars. Hollywood is fake, it's an area created for tourists to align themselves with the filming world. Santa Monica was real and seem to make you more aware you were in Los Angeles as a whole, rather than in some makeup world. I think Los Angeles is not just about Hollywood and its glamour but about the city as a whole, a massive city. ...
Highlight of the trip:
Rosie - “Two Broke Girls” filming