The Redbury Hollywood
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Redbury Hollywood Los Angeles
Wow, I cannot believe the room I'm staying in. They were originally meant to be apartments, and are beautiful!
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My room is absolutely amazing, you walk in the hotel it's all red and old-style Hollywood. The bedroom is actually an apartment so I have a kitchen, living room, huge shower and bathroom and fourposter bed, please click on the videos/pics link as I will post lots of pics and the video of the room! I also have balcony that overlooks downtown Hollywood absolutely stunning!
... and these people really do live on poverty. I now realise how lucky I am to have what I have and to life the live that I do. I have chosen to do a volunteer activity so that I can help out the people that are less fortunate than me.
I proceed through the day by helping out with little things and seeing what the poor peoples life's are like. I even brought some ...
Universal Studios today!
Staying at Beverly Garland hotel which I thoroughly recommend
they offer a free shuttle to Universal Studios
today we we got a fast pass to Universal which was a godsend as we did not get going until lunchtime.
This was such a fun place and we all loved it. Dave who does not do rides went on them all - the key is that they are all ...
... run out of time near the end to transfer to my LA flight. Thankfully there was a nice couple also from Adelaide who were on the same flight and we jogged togetherto international departures, although we were met by a flight attendant who assured us that running wasnt necessary, we still had time! We did, and I settled in what always first seems to be a very comfy seat in the plane. 13 hours later I wasnt so convinced!
... I looked like Jesus.
"That's a coincidence," I tried to reply. "We have the same birthday."
This apparently was the wrong thing to say and I was put through the wringer again, including being asked to hold out my hand to see if I could keep it steady.
Somehow, I passed this test and made the plane.
Changing planes in Fort Lauderdale was, if anything, more chaotic than leaving Medellin. With five hours between planes I ...