Ramada Los Angeles/Downtown West
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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The room is a scene out of a horror film, damp floors and broken doors, pigeons on the windowsill outside coo-ing away and half the shower was taken by a rainforest growing through the window we did not expect LA to be like this. Belly’s rumbling and both of us combined have an appetite like no other so we need something big and filling, what’s better than pizza? Carbohydrate hit after a long day to put us in a food coma as bedtime ...
... smelling the delicious fresh fish! I need a plate lunch... The reason I only spent one day in Santa Barbara was because I had to be back in town for dinner with friends. Like I mentioned before, Sarah made thai curry, and I wanted to make summer rolls. Sarah made hers from scratch, but I didn't want to make a mess so I cheated and ordered delivery from a local Thai place. Luckily I did though, because it takes a lot of specialty ingredients to ...
... But Damian and I had lovely fine lineless eyes... After finding a SIM card for our American phone and picked up the necessity lollies, we enjoyed a complimentary drink and ordered our dinner at the hotel... We sat in the front bar watching some random sports team. Couldn't tell who or what because we were just keen to eat and crash. It's 9pm and we're bushed but after only a few hours sleep over the last 24 hours we're doing ok. Hot shower, full tummies and we're out. ...
... saw the rest of the cruisers. There were no peers in sight in a sea of 'grey-hairs' (I can use that term because I have lots of grey hair). We were the youngest of the bunch by 20 years, many of the them older by 30 years. Of the 1200 cruisers aboard, we've seen a half dozen people our age. If they are here, they are hiding. And to that we say "Let them hide!" Seasoned people can be much more interesting to talk with than people our age, in my ...
... as I have said this is a city of such differences so I shouldn't really be surprised. This is not reflected in the realty, mind you. Apparently, a bedsit in Venice Beach or a small one bedroom shack is around the $1 million mark, so it's definitely not for the poor! Santa Monica is very picturesque with lots of interesting architecture, that mirrors the Spanish and Mexican style of housing that is part of the fabric of this city. It is offset by a beautiful pier, ...