Hollywood Inn Express LAX
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We arrived in LA from New Orleans and headed to our Santa Monica hotel which was conveniently located not far from Santa Monica beach and the famous pier! The next day was beautiful and after breakfast at the ihop adjoining our hotel we walked from the hotel down to the beach and pier and then walked right along to Venice beach. Kylie got a bit freaked once we hit Venice beach and homeless row! We had a quick rest and commenced the walk back. ...
... that it is today. Tip 1: Do not take anything handed to you by people on the street. Men handing out CDs will intimidate and harass you into paying them money as soon as you unsuspectingly take the CD. A firm no, or hand held up in a "stop" gesture will make them leave you and move on to the next person. Do not bother making eye contact & do stay aware of your surroundings. Tip 2: Walk up into the foyer of ...
... coast line from Mexico. This Aquarium was the first aquarium to be able to successfully transplant this kelp from its natural habitat into an artificial setting. It all came down to improvising the oceans natural currents and movement. We wandered through and seen many species of fish, crabs, jellyfish, and sharks. There were rainbow coloured to dark hideous looking creatures of the deep. We then made our way up to the ...
... church music that I’m used to. It’s upbeat and full of rhythm. Church members sing and dance in the aisles, some overflow to the front and share the microphone with the minister. Young children are standing on the benches shaking their booties. There is music everywhere. My soul is filled with song as I’m engulfed in a sea of celebration. The choir stops singing, and the masses settle down. Black Mama steps forward, and ...
... day that taxed him, rested.
We are finding our little Magic Castle to be a wonderful refuge. We may not even go out tomorrow. The temperatures are supposed to be in the mid 90’s. Jeez, we could be in St. Louis for this. Also, the high humidity - in the 70-80 percent range, has been an unpleasant surprise.
It was a lovely evening, however. When the sun goes down, the temps drop. Mark and Cheryl sat on the balcony, watching ...