Studio 6 Van Nuys
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... but we decided to walk it instead. Santa Monica Pier was certainly more attractive then Venice Beach.
From here we spent the rest of the afternoon driving around Beverly Hills Bvld, and visited the stars on the street. While the sun was going down, we walked to the Griffith Observatory, with a panoramic view of the smoggy LA.
The next morning we awoke early and hit the road to Las Vegas baby!
Stay turned for our Vegas highlights and maybe some wedding photos.
Woke to another lovely sunny day, 28deg c before breakfast! Breakfast wasn't much to shout about, coffee, bagels, muffins that was about it. Loaded the car and headed on our way, back to LA to catch our flight.
The drive was fairly straightforward, used the car pool lane to speed past some of the traffic in the other five lanes. As we speed along, Fanny suddenly decides to tell us we need to take the next exit in less than a mile! Cue ...
... We were jet setting our way to Damian's 61st country which he couldn't hide his excitement for. Fortunately we had a seat spare next to us and the four hour flight was relatively easy. Once we arrived in Auckland we disembarked and proceeded through another security check point to catch our connecting flight to Los Angeles. Refreshed and ready to take on our long haul we proceeded to the gate where, as usual, I was randomly selected for additional screening. This was just ...
... br> Yes Tuesday! Next morning we headed to Olvera Street which was the place of the first settlement in LA. Neither of us had been there in decades. And, Marty hadn't been there in a while either. Lots of small shops selling huaraches, scarves, decorated skeleton heads, purses, candy and other assorted ware. We found purses that were $8.95 and some that were $125.00 which certainly surprised us. Nancy, who was at work, had mentioned earlier about how they used ...
... so it should be ok. It was hard to tell whether Mexican we've had in the past was westernized, and this was the real deal, or if this was just some cheap version. Whatever it was, we preferred the western version we'd had before! We strolled down the street, taking photos of the palm trees which were now lit up by fairy lights. We walked through the 'Anaheim Garden Walk' - a sort of mall with all manner of plants and fountains throughout. It was ...