The Culver Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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They showed us the workshops where the sets are produced and all the behind the scenes bits including the prop department - which is earthquake proof. We saw props from the Matrix, Harry Potter, Casablanca, the TV show Friends and the Big Bang Theory.
We also saw the batmobile, from the latest and past films, as well as loads of other memorabilia from the film. We saw memorabilia from Harry Potter as well ...
... on to walk down to the beach before the sun went down. I don’t associate California with anything that resembles winter. Like it being dark in the afternoon. Or clouds. Or chilly breezes. That’s why it feels a little strange. The climate feels different from home. And also different from California as I know it. As I knew it. Anyway, I did get to see the sun going down. Although it was obscured partially by clouds, so ...
I wanted to spend a summer in New Mexico as a camp counselor. I did.
I wanted to move to Los Angeles to work in the film industry. I did.
Now, none of these things were done without the (albeit sometimes reluctant) support of my family and friends, but they were done with the same determination of that little girl who wanted to get to the other side of the bridge and did.
So where do I want to go now??? Well that, is what this is all ...
... bits. Apart from a bit of Venice Beach and the Hollywood Walk of Fame the city has been lovely and varied. It's clean and well kept (apart from the roads) and relatively safe. Once back in Venice Beach we had dinner in The Cheesecake Factory next to our hotel. The girls finished off their meal with a piece of cheesecake each - 2 of the biggest slices you will ever see! Do managed to finish off her lime cheesecake but Sid was beaten by her incredibly rich Oreo chocolate ...
... down the street we found the bus stop ridden with bullet holes. We sat down and watched cars with tinted Windows run the nearby red lights, setting off the red light camera that flashed roughly 6 times in five minutes. We were taking in our surroundings when a man approached us and some how knowing we were not from this part of LA (we were the only white people around) he said "I think you're on the wrong side of the street. You wanna take the bus that's going that ...