Shelter Hotels Los Angeles
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... is hard to believe that she will be 80 next year, or the fact that she has several ailments that seemingly force most of our population into rapid aging and a wait to the end. At no time during our ventures over the five days we spent with her did she fall behind; go to bed early; or complain of anything. What was more the norm, was her leading the pack. She moved like a cat at the Getty Art Gallery, the Old LA ...
... was about 3 times quicker than when we did the same drive when we had arrived 8 weeks ago, because that was during the morning rush hour. One good thing about our flight change was that the drive from Orange County would have taken over 60 minutes probably.
LA time is 3 hours behind Toronto, so we went and got a quick bite to eat and went to bed around 11 pm (2 am Toronto). So a long hard day but at least we're safe and we are where we're suppose to be tonight.
... Swimming with nurse sharks in Belize - Our week in New York Best Scenic Journey - Sailing through the Galápagos and San Blas Islands - Trip to, and view from, Machu Picchu - Chile to Argentina through the Andes - Guatemalan Countryside Strangest Food Consumed - Tandoori-spiced Guinea Pig (Peru) Favourite Local Food/Drink - Cheese Bread Balls (Brazil) - Malbec Wine (Argentina). - Natural Juices and Smoothies (not exactly local, but ...
Why do they make the Hollywood sign so small?! :) I am so glad I bagged myself a window seat for the flight from Vancouver to LA! Today the snow capped mountain that I saw from Grouse yesterday passed below my plane, along with a volcano, the coastline and the famous sign of Los Angeles, home to Hollywood and the sunny state of California. After realising that there is no luggage storage at LAX I am now braving it with my donkey backpack and heading to Santa ...
... done so ourselves. It was his way of making a little money on the side. He was nice, not pushy, so no harm done. We gave him a few coins for helping us and were on our way.
LA’s metro reminded us a little bit of the one in DC, but we suppose they’re all somewhat alike. At our stop, we were a bit turned around, but found a tram to take up the hill to the Studios.
There was a long line in the sun to purchase tickets. Not ...