Royal Palace Westwood
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... meet me. Needless to say my spirits picked up immediately. Caught up with my sunburnt buddy and learnt all about his shena****ns on Contiki.
The rest of the afternoon and evening passed pleasantly. We got a shuttle to our nearby hotel, dangled our feet in the pool, then walked a good kilometre to the much famed In-N-Out Burger and gorged ourselves for less tan 5 dollars. Walked back, showered and passed out. Breakfast this morning was a waffle the size ...
Our next destination was LA and we were not really sure what to expect as we had had mixed reviews about the city. Speaking to locals throughout my trip, I got the feeling that you really have to understand the city before you can fully enjoy it, and you really need a car. We arrived and as we both felt pretty exhausted, we decided to chill on Venice beach for the day. We parked up and walked towards the boulevard. Venice boulevard is ...
... very overwhelmed by this visual overload and it was nothing like I had seen before, not even at Times Square in New York. After the necessary catching up we had a great night sleep in the amazing beds of the Planet Hollywood hotel and woke up the morning after only to see that we had slept until 2 in the afternoon. Good thing that in Vegas, time is irrelevant. There are no clocks, just never-ending buffets and ever flowing drinks. We went outside to explore the strip and I was ...
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The hike lasted a total of three hours, there and back- perfect timing for the World Cup games starting in less than a half an hour. By the time we reached the main drag, the soccer games were just beginning with England taking on Italy on a world- class pitch in Brasilia. Roy didn’t care much for the games and ...
... day we headed off to downtown LA to see a bit of that with Jason. He actually takes public guided tours of the historical buildings in downtown LA about 6 times a year. We went up to his office on the 40th floor of the Paul Hastings building.... very cool office with spectacular views... We went straight from there to a restaurant outside called Pinot and had a lovely lunch and a bottle of wine. From there we began a short tour of the historical building around downtown. We started at ...