The Pacific Inn
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There was a good range of other shops including a Microsoft store that looked very similar to an Apple store (there was also one of those) and they had a tiny 3D printer churning out little space shuttles. Another shop was full of more Hello Kitty ...
... We continued along Eric's route and sure enough we only had to deal with a small section of the PCH before turning off and heading to Long Beach. Long Beach has a bit of a bad rep. Not sure why from the parts we saw. With the Queen Mary and other ocean liners anchored opposite a beautiful harbour and park, it seemed quite an attractive place. Maybe things change if you go downtown. Nervous of a nighttime finish along the PCH, we pushed on along the coast with the enormous ...
... it's accessible because there are footprints in the sand' yes Ross.. Coming up and they are trainer footprints, we have sandals on! But we slid down anyways! I went half way down on my bum, our feet were black!! Carried on back down through all of the park and out on to western avenue on franklin. Stopped in Getty market, it was basically a morrisons but all the food looked ten times fresher and healthier, well the fresh food isle did anyways! There was masses of it all! And lots if ...
Los Angeles We arrived in LA for 3 days of celeb stalking! We were staying in Hollywood just off Hollywood Boulevard & the Walk of Fame. Due to our flight being delayed by a few hours we didn't arrive until 3am when a fight was breaking out on our street, loads of police cars..! Drama already! Our first day we took a tour of celebrity homes, going around Beverley Hills, Bel Air, Rodeo Drive & seeing ...
... when she was having her star placed was pretty historic!
After the Sally Field excitement, we went for a table service lunch in the Hard Rock Cafe, which was lovely. Great service, me and Rich had some fruity 'mocktails', Lucy and I had Mac and Cheese with chicken, and Rich had fajitas with beef, chicken and shrimps which he loved. Very nice meal.
We returned to the hotel briefly to make a plan for the rest of the day, and it's at this point ...