TownePlace Suites Los Angeles LAX/Manhattan Beach
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... On the drive down to Rotorua we saw a lot of farmland and stopped at a dairy farm for lunch. Lunch was provided by the owners of the dairy farm we visited . They have a herd of 140 cows on a 150 acre farm. It is a family owned farm and they produce organic milk which they sell to a co-op. Their milk is sold to a company called Fontera (so) who use the milk to process cheddar cheese which is sold not only in New ...
... my ensemble. Glasses, sunglasses, hats, scarves, gloves? Ready to go! The hotel, which offers a free breakfast beginning at 6:30am also has free coffee 24 hours a day, so we headed down to the lobby to fill up our thermal coffee cups. Whoa! Look at all the people!! Looks like the hotel started their breakfast service VERY early. If only we had known, we might have gotten out of bed sooner. No worries, we have breakfast plans. Into the car, we head to our ...
... For example, some have New York and L.A. Police uniforms. They are hired for maybe $200 a day, saving the studio from involving costume experts, fittings, etc.
The best part of our day was our afternoon outing to the Paley Museum of Media. We sat in a small theatre and watched the I Love Lucy episode where she and Ethel dare the men to be housewives for a week while they get jobs in a candy factory. ...
... Temple City, and had lost all bearings. The sat nav kept trying to take us on the highway, so we followed it now that time was running out for getting the car back for 11am. It would have been another hour or so on Route 66 supposed to 20 minutes to our Venice beach hideaway to drop off our luggage first, before returning the car at the airport. We decided we will see the last part of the Route 66 by hiring a motorbike. Running late we arrived about 11.15am, our b&b ...
... ever had as our dinner was wheeled in on a table & it had a warmer for the food underneath - crazy! Jase wanted to see Dawn of the Planet of the apes, I was reluctant as I knew I'd probably cry when the apes would no doubt end up getting shafted. What I didn't know was the movie was set in San Francisco - so it was great to see a CG version of the town we'd just left post apocalypse. Relaxed & pampered we crashed hoping our first world problems did not ...