Radisson Midtown at USC
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... half gritty with the homeless. It was a weird mix. We walked up past the Staples Center which is the equivalent of the Madison Square Gardens and there are basketball matches, concerts and awards shows filmed there. It was then time to try out the subway which was quite pleasant, extremely busy but more modern than New Yorks subway. We took the subway all the way up to Hollywood Boulevard which I'm afraid to say disappointed me slightly. It ...
Today was fun central right from the get-go. 8:00am Got up, showered and dressed and stocked up on $1 water bottles to take with us in our backpacks for the day (one of the greater ideas we have had so far). Then we were off to trader joes and you can imagine our elation when our eyes fell upon lovely colourful fruit after 3 days of that delicious *sarcastic* plane food and the cuisine America does best; Fatty food. Our mouths started watering right there ...
... got a taste of how the Americans like to play their footy, loved spending the time with the boys and building good relationships with everyone, shopping was amazing and sight seeing was great. Brayton
Was a mean trip fun playing rugby with the boys over here and experiencing America with everyone. All and all trip was a good adventure couldn't have been better really.
Great to see the way Americans play rugby, the 6 games ...
... to do on board - in fact, there's too much which means you have to make choices and miss things you'd like to do! We usually attend the port presentations which describe the history of each port, its attractions, tours etc.
We've had some very interesting speakers - a biologist speaking about whales, who showed us Blackfish (the movie about the whale which killed its trainer at SeaWorld in the US). We had a forensic dentist ...
So I've done a lot of driving around yesterday and today and what I'm learning very quickly is that knowing the names of the freeways here is pretty important. Plus it makes you sound really cool, kinda like you live here. Yesterday was Sunday and we went to this church called Prism (a metaphor for God's light shining through the church was the definition they gave us). It was in an old church that use to be used mostly for weddings, so it has a really churchy feel with ...