Ramada Culver City
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... on the seas pull back from the shore. After our exhausting aqua acrobatics. We backed up and strolled along the waters edge back in the direction of our bikes, conveniently finding our way back to the spot to pick up our bikes, along with the 100's of others lining the promenade parade. 3pm taking the cycle lane from this point onwards towards Santa Monica end, it was such a pleasurable route 2 directional lanes winding between the beach and the promenade, for all ...
... have to adapt to a new culture(s). I am a creature of a comfort and as soon as I stepped into the airport this morning I was crying. I feel it's the the elephant in the room people avoid talking about, and it's because obviously you end up having a great time and forget that initial anxious feeling but I'm still in it so it's kinda nerve racking! But all worth it! Lisa ...
... just see them. But because the parade was on it meant that the queue for Its A Small World was only like us and 10 other people when it's usually about an hour/two hour queue which was rather jammy, by the time we came out it was backed up again. We then queued for about 50 minutes for the Big Thunder. Mountain Railroad which it a bit like a minetrain ride and it's a proper rollercoaster which was really fun even though it was quite small. ...
... because the lady was only looking to the left and only at the last minute looked to the right to realize that she was about to hit us! The drivers here are a lot more cautious and polite towards pedestrians than they are in Australia. The reason for this is because if you get hit by someone you or your lawyer can personally sue the driver. Crazy stuff!! I have enjoyed myself in California but better get to bed so I can be ready for tomorrow!!! ...
... Flustered, I gave him $3...on a $6 gas bill.
There is a giant billboard, unmistakeable as you drive out of LAX, which reads,
Welcome to Los Angeles
Poverty Wage Pop. 810, 648
I'm not sure if its a political statement. I doubt it's the City's official moniker. But it does serve as a sobering reminder of the importance of tipping.