Residence Inn Los Angeles Westlake Village
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Nice relaxed day today as we are travelling to LA so there is no real rush. Didn't set any alarms so woke up naturally at 8.30 which was lovely, had to wake Dad up at 9am!! Cold pizza and coffee for breakfast and then packing to make a move!! I refuse to spend another night in the 'lodge' or Motel as I like to call it so we are heading to the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Hollywood :) 2hrs 27m later ...
... nice folks, willing to please.
Mark came down to the pool after his rest and joined us at the pool, playing the “monkey” in “Monkey in the Middle” for a time.
By 6:00 we were all ready to head up to the room for a spot of dinner. It’s wonderful to have the kitchen and be able to make what we like. We spent the rest of the evening relaxing in the room.
Tomorrow: Perhaps a visit to Universal ...
... 8230; so the family moved in and 5 month later the owner got shot… so this was not a very happy long living - even the house is awesome.
Since we do have a convertible, we have to do some more scenic driving. So we drove along the famous Mulholland Drive and stopped at a few of the overlooks to look down onto LA. At
the first stop was ...
... and started to walk to the pier with the roller coaster and fairest wheel on it! On the walk we saw some very strange people along the beach, they had parks where gymnastic people could train. Rope swings and all other crazy things I dident know the name of! And on top of that people were doing gymnastics with each other, like holding people in the air etc. There were weird people busking and a fair amount of food to buy. We walked the jetty, saw the ...
... then after a bit of a wander round shops, got the bus to LACMA - by this time around midday. We love LACMA and this was a perfectly wonderful way for 2 fatigued people to relax and gently wander around the galleries. We had an interval for lunch - they have a really good bar/eatery and had a glass of Rioja (!!) with a sage/mushroom/ cheese pizza that we had loved last visit!! Then about 4.30 wended our way back by bus ...