The Hotel Fullerton & Conference Center
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... out loud, and an olive bar, and tons of cheese! This is my kind of market! It was really hard to not start picking up things not on the shopping list, but that’s why we walked, to prevent us from buying more than we could carry. I am going to have to go back there and get sushi though, really good stuff! We sat outside around the fire pit and Alex barbequed some burgers and sausages whilst I tried to type up the missing blog entries. Slowly getting there honest, I will get ...
... load up and head off towards our hotel. As we leave the lot we're a little concerned as Fanny, our trusty satnav unit, hasn't yet managed to pick up satellites so isn't giving us any directions, thankfully a few minutes later she finds a satellite so we programme her and off we go.
We find our hotel, The Sunburst Spa & Suites, in Culver City fairly easily, check-in and quickly hit the sack as by this time it's about 11pm and we are shattered!
... freshen-up we go back out into the world and visit Hollywood Boulevard and take some happy (an some not-so-happy) snaps on the walk of fame. Paul has cranky pants on and for once is unwilling to be in the photos. Nevertheless, Marty is happy to oblige. We get some cheap dinner in a pub and talk to a young couple from Sydney who are on their honeymoon. You can pick that Aussie accent anywhere! Lots of very aggressive hawkers here on Hollywood Boulevard, it's very busy and tons of ...
... has more permanent structures - very iconic and interesting. Adjacent to the markets was the Grove open-air shopping centre - lovely central fountain going in time to music, shady trees and some exclusive shops - very nice.
From here we drove through Beverley Hills - they say you can't be born or die here as there are ...
... br> When we arrived in East Hollywood we didn’t know what to expect of our lodging. We knew it was at the foot of the Hollywood Hills, and that movies had been filmed in the historic house across the street, but we knew very little about our host and his reasons for locating here. We kept expectations low as not all Air BnB experiences have been positive.
From the minute the door opened, we knew we were in good hands. Ryan, a German immigrant ...