Ramada Los Angeles/Wilshire Center
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... felt slightly more unique doing it our own way and spending more time there. The views over LA were great and the hills were very pretty. You could see why all the celebs would have a house there. You had the mountains in the background and the beautiful blue skies and I guess you were overlooking the hustle and bustle of LA without actually having to be in it. We set off after that and started our journey towards Santa Barbara. LA was great, it ...
... Second place goes to Southern Thailand (particularly Railay and Poda).
Favorite Temple: Ta Phrom. Woah, sorry Angkor Wat--you lose. The rain didn't help your case. Second place goes to Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai where we heard the monks chant at sundown. That was pretty spectacular, thanks guys.
Favorite Meal: We couldn't come up with one! We liked Khao Soi obviously, and Pad Thai was really good, and chicken tikka ...
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The ship also shows movies in the theatre which interests Margaret, if not Robert. Many of them, Margaret has seen but she has caught up with "The Theory of Everything" and "St Vincent" which she missed at home.
... stuff). We sat outside and gave the deets (details) about where we were from and how our trips out to Pasadena were.
After dinner we headed up a maze of hills and curved roads dotted with huge homes until we arrived at Bel Air Presbyterian Church. There we saw a pre screening of a film called Old Fashioned. The cast and director were present and there was a panel discussion afterwards. The movie was ok, not really my type, but from the panel discussion to the ...
... about survival. I had to make sure I wasn't giving up or bailing on my journey, but eventually I realized I didn't want to go up to San Jose, and just continue on I-15 to Los Angeles. So that's where I am, sitting in my brother's new apartment, enjoying comfort. I don't know if you can relate at all, but psychologists have a term called "rest," and I think that's all I needed right now. Some sleep, some safety, with no driving, and rest. What a weird concept, ...