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... officer on a bike in the terminal!). I had always thought LAX was a 24 hr airport.
We appreciated being in premium economy since it meant we disembarked with first class and business class. No official baggage handlers, but our bags amazingly appear and we were then put into hotel lines awaiting buses (the depot can't have been far away since they were there in no time). Was well after 2am before we headed off on the amazingly ...
... failure. To prevent kidney failure Rick is given an IV of Rasburicase; $50K for one very small IV bag!
In the meantime Allison and Kelly (our daughters) do research on who to see for Multiple Myeloma. Allison finds a Dr. Berenson in West Hollywood and with research determines he is the "best" in the field of Multiple Myeloma. I called Rick's cardiologist, Dr. Richman, to cancel an upcoming appointment. When ...
... br> Both of us were mainly interested in visiting El Presidio de Santa Barbara, founded in April 1782 as the last of four Spanish fortresses built in Alta California. After paying the respective admission fee (USD 2,50 for students and double for adults) we were invited to freely wander around this oldest building in the city of Santa Barbara which features a museum and active archaeological program. During our visit to the former Spanish military outpost we learnt the ...
... over the previous weeks and it was clear we had arrived "back in civilisation".
The Sat Nav was kind although very prescriptive. We finally got to "Balboa RV Resort" on Balboa Boulevard (although the Sat Nav insisted on calling it "Balbo-ay"). It was an unusual little place, mainly populated by permanent residents.
Once sited we had a little walk about but turned in early because we wanted to drive to Universal Studios early, for a day of movie orientated thrills.
Greyhound experience over! After a total of 52 hours on buses around the States it now begins what feels like a two week holiday. Honestly do not know where the time has gone. Yaz and I kept in the shelter for the morning in Dallas yesterday as the rain was torrential, not that we had much energy in us anyway to go sightseeing after the night ...