Ramada Plaza Hawthorne/LAX
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Today started with a hotel buffet breakfast, Havana style... The choice of huevo (eggs) boiled, fried or scrambled, served with carne (meat usually pork) and gravy, or a sausage, that is very reminiscent of liverwurst... We journeyed out into old Havana... Each building with its own unique character... Some derelict, yet people style living there, and others immaculate.... The streets are filled with locals, that seem not to ...
... both very good movies, and relaxed until our TUHIP associates returned.
After everyone returned, and a quick stop to eat at Jack-in-the-box, we all piled into the Ford and went to Griffith Park and the famous Griffith Observatory overlooking Los Angeles. The park was amazing when it was dark, but I know for a fact that I will be returning in the day time for a picnic or frisbee session. The Observatory was packed full of people on ...
... we are... exhausted, grateful... its bee a great few days...
The diversity of the landscape, the family, and fun people all along the way...the super food.
Its time to go, unfortunately, but it also good to know I am able to comeback anytime... Spencer maybe moving on now, but California will always be here, how lucky and blessed I am to be able to call this place home and to be able to return anytime.
Life is truly good to ...
... wasn't too packed. We stayed on the beach drinking and eating and chatting for a good couple of hours, we spoke to people behind us on the beach and they said that there would also be fireworks off a barge to our left as well as the ones on the pier to our right. The barge ones were run by a lady that lives there and does it as a tribute to her husband. Supposedly it costs $75,000 which is crazy but they were totally worth it. After sunset we walked ...
... here we come!
This is probably one of my favorite places we visited during our trip. Like I mentioned before; I really like the ocean; the sound of the waves, the salty smell, even the seagulls. We were a little concerned about finding a parking spot, but that turned out to be not that hard. Several streets have this parking garages with 7 or 8 floors of parking space and they are even really close to the ...