Ocean Park Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We dined at Boa steakhouse. Boa in Las Vegas used to be one of our favorites until it closed. I ordered the
bone-in rib eye. It was so good that I told the waitress that I
gnawed on the bone but I didn't throw it on the floor. “Thank-you
for that”, she replied. “Well I didn't see any dogs running
through the restaurant so throwing the bone down would be a waste..”.
We will get to Disneyland ...
... a look around. I brought my first pair of runners for a bargain price of $69! Nike free runs yee ha. Shopping is insanely good but we are trying to not buy too much before we get to NYC as you don't pay sales tax in NYC where as you do everywhere else. Plus it means we wont have to carry too much extra in our suitcases before then. Josh also spotted a famous Jiu Jitsu guy that he likes so we followed him for 5 minutes until ...
... in getting us to the end, so Chelle said “Ooh, we should get a photo!” Parrott obviously heard this because, with a roll of his eyes that screamed “Oh, God, not another tourist wanting a selfie”, made a dash for the front seat of his car, leaving his young son and daughter to finish loading the luggage in the boot! Thanks, Dad!
Excitement over, we stowed our luggage at the Loews concierge desk and headed out to their bar overlooking ...
Howdy y'all. I guess I should put in my first entry for the trip! The flight to LA took about 14 hours, jetlag set in pretty quick. I spent the first day finding my hollywod hostel (the Banana Bungalow) then heading down to Venice beach to pick up the laat of my gear. LA is really hot compared to Melbourne, and the people seem uninterested and fake. It feels as if the California sun has bleached their perspnalities. Mexican for dinner (great ...
... this epic drive from the Grand Canyon to LA, but happy as we were and ready for new sights, the journey was nothing short of amazing.
Even though it turned out our rented sat nav had a dodgy charger, and about two hours into our drive decided that enough was enough, and shut down. We were on our way to Peggy Sue’s 50s diner in Yermo when it informed us it was tired and going to have a little kip, so at least we weren’t ...