Thompson Beverly Hills - A Thompson Hotel
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Wended our way through Santa Monica and Venice Beach, enjoyed visits to the spectacular Getty and LACMA, had a close encounter with the Hollywood sign, found our hotel to be well located for a stroll along Rodeo Drive, couldn't finish a great steak at Cut in 'BevWilt' (a lifetime first for me), completed a new season puchase of an …
Alarm set for 9am. Dont care that you're tired, get up, you gotta get in the timezone.
Opened those curtains for the view of Wells Fargo across the street. Looked up to see the sky its usual browney/greeney/grey, nice to see somethings dont change. Its an LA icon after all. Just dont even want to think about what Im breathing in here. …
Its 2am. Friday. Im in my hotel room. I should be sleeping but Im wide awake. Im watching a replay of last nights Lakers game from the Staples Center. Champions again!
Heres how my first few hours in Los Angeles went: Plane on its finals flying over the city. Craned my neck trying to take in every inch of the city I was viewing below. It …
... br> so we could have the 50 km to and from LA to check out how fast it drives on the highway. We did explore Hollywood and Beverly hills… and enjoyed the convertible driving.
Hollywood bowl Lookout: Our first stop: here we did have a great view on Downtown LA and after walking up the steps the perfect view to the Hollywood sign.
... As Mike pointed out, this was a giant slot car set. You rode in cars (like the ones in the movie Cars) through a road trip to Radiator Springs where your car was soured up before you raced another car to the finish line. It was a very exciting ride and well worth the 40 minute wait.
We went on many rides - some were tame rides through Disney stories - Ariel, Monsters Inc etc and some were rather wild. The ...
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