Sheraton Cerritos Hotel at Towne Center
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... gets us a sandwich to share while I find as a power plug! We plug in and surf the net it's finally time to board. We are flying to LA with a 5 hour layover, so it doesn't feel like we've begun. The flight is quick and uneventful leading us to the final stop on our farewell tour...dinner with Ira and Shelly, Michele, Jenna and Julian. Michele picks us up and whisks us to the restaurant ..on the way we catch up and Erin gets a chance to visit with the ...
... realising something is very amiss. Rings Qantas back at the airport to no avail. Finally all is clear as someone realises we have been dropped at the wrong place and in fact this hotel is for the crew!
Bus is called back - well gone of course. We now use the toilets in the foyer, eat their apples and welcome the crew as they arrive! Concern is shown by them and they offer to send us off on their shuttle. Some load luggage as our ...
... time is running out. It is now Thursday, we depart for Florida on Sunday. HEAL BODY HEAL!! No time for this nonsense.
So, in an effort to ignore things (not really ignoring because I am taking everything known to man to control this!) we toodled off to Venice Beach to check it out. My, my, my... rather an interesting spot.
Lots of places to buy ...
... we are expecting him to be back in Adelaide soon!
The 2 hour flight to LA was uneventful and we transferred through Terminal 4 to the Tom Bradley Terminal smoothly. We are now in the new One World Lounge which is a vast improvement on not only the old one but leaves American airlines lounges for dead. With a 6 hour wait , the food, wine and use of Wi-Fi is very much appreciated. Looking forward to coming home but not enjoying the thought of returning to winter.
... and we are very tired so we leave the beach and attempt to get a taxi. Unsuccessful in our quest for a taxi we finally slump at the door to Capo only to find it is bloody closed on Mondays! We consult our iPad and establish that the best Italian is Via Veneto which is located a minutes walk from where we had been 2 hours ago!!!!!
Anyway we have a wonderful meal and get a taxi back to our hotel for our final ...