Residence Inn San Bernardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Well the traffic wasn't light but it was moving except for 101 going the opposite direction. We found a place to park near Hollywood and Vine which was no easy feat even though it is Sunday. Didn't realize that the stars went on for blocks but we found a neighborhood festival that must have been 6 blocks long so we walked around. Drove by Graumans Chinese and since the roadways were filling up with red lines I opted for home and the TPC!! Since the main reason I wanted to come ...
Once we'd left Palm Springs and got back on the highway we soon could see the source of the smoke, there were several forest fires up in the mountains! We'd thought the fires were close to where we were because of the amount of smoke there was but from the highway we could see that they ...
... an amazing combination of vanilla ice cream, cookie pieces, chocolate and fudge sauce - delish!!
Friday was slightly more cultures - we went to the California Science Museum in downtown LA, where we saw the space shuttle Endeavour and learnt about how they flew the shuttle into LAX and then transported it through the streets of LA - not an easy task! It was really interesting learning about space travel and the various missions, as well ...
... jerked forward and up an down, I shat myself. Along with the moving chair you get blown on by little valves on the head of the chair, you get water splashed on you when the dragon sneezes and then something brushes your legs in another scene. That's what sets 4D apart from 3D and I'm hooked. From there I headed down to the train line which runs around the entire complex of Universal and it's HUGE. You get taken to studios where movies and sitcoms are shot, you ...
... Woody. With Joshua Tree we have managed to really get stuck into it, even with a little one. I have felt much more a part of it, than at the Grand Canyon. It must be one of the most amazing landscapes in the world and to be surrounded by it feels like an absolute privilege.
We drive back through Joshua Tree and Yucca Valley and stop for much needed ice lollies.
We then drive towards LA. We drive through a spectacular wind ...