Ramada Los Angeles/Downtown West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
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... for 15 hours to discover that the sun is only just rising in your destination. There were a few mountain peaks poking through the clouds and it was a cool feeling knowing I was now halfway around the world above a foreign land which I had never been anywhere near. We broke through the low sea cloud and I managed to get a glimpse of LA before we landed at LAX. My first impressions were of a huge city that seemed to have heaps of cars and rather bad air quality. It looked scruffy ...
After our road trip it was kickback time, and well needed it was too!
We spent time chilling out with Leslea and Marc and the girls talking rubbish and listening to music. Leslie and I had our yummy Solvang wine and port, Cam had his Californian brewed beers and Marc was master of the turn table!
We had one last shopping venture to CD Trader for our last minute must haves plus a mega pancake meal ...
... while we all
watched Chris play in the final championship game of the Ivy League
Dinner was Del Taco. Much like their
competitor Taco Bell but they had a really cheap menu you could order
from which is great when everything is new and you don't know what
anything tastes like. For example a regular taco is 59 cents, a
chicken roller is $1, a mini bacon quesadilla is 79 cents. For
feeding a family that's great and ...
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This is one of the busiest major Outlet stores in LA so it’s like the United Nations of tourism. It is central and adjacent to some major hotels. Indians, Middle Easterners, Australians, and everyone else clamours around.
... me cross!) and also a Pouilly-Fuisse C******nay from the Burgundy region that we remember fondly from 30 years ago with our landlords, Dianne and Charlie. Steaks and snacks from Costco and WholeFoods, and a new Weber Q portable BBQ that we assembled and christened that night. Had a great family time and didn't get to bed 'till around ...