Travelodge Ocean Front
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Wayne, on a horse. We were back onto Wilshire boulevard - A W Ross, the man who designed it was the man who decided cars needed to be parked under ground and is seen as the architect responsible for the car city of LA.
Our next stop was La Brea tar pits. They weren't as impressive as I had imagined and we left quickly after a brief stop. We saw the urban light exhibit outside LACMA before passing Johnnie's Coffee shop (no longer in operation other ...
... random facts, and had a lot of expertise in touring in general. We didn't realise that Beverly Hills & West Hollywood are their own towns - not apart/suburb of Los Angeles. You can definitely differentiate the moment when you enter the town of Beverly Hills too, compared to LA or West Hollywood. It is exactly the way you see it in movies; the palm tree lined streets are unique to Beverly Hills, the 'platinum' coated fire ...
... flat land where water meets land. Which means pretty much anywhere you walk around Avalon, you end up going up a steep hill sooner or later.
Interestingly, all the vehicles here appear to be powered by natural gas – which means they are clean and quiet. It's bizarre seeing a mid-sized truck going along while only making as much noise as petrol car would. The nice thing is that people aren’t allowed to bring cars onto the island, so are ...
... cafe serving the free breakfast only to be told that we need to get a voucher from reception at the hotel which doesn't open until eight by which time we need to have left to return the hire car. So we end up paying for breakfast twice, like we've paid to have my bike fixed twice, like we paid for options on the hire car twice, like we paid for 'free' parking in Santa Barbara because we weren't telepathically aware that we needed to get the ticket stamped. Getting shafted like this ...
... The view of LA is hazy, we're around the corner from Hollywood blvd. Eager to explore the sights, we put our walking gear on and head up to get a glimpse up close of the Hollywood hills/sign. Little did we know it was a hike for 3 hours, in a restricted area, we're not allowed in, but we did it anyway. Beachwood drive all the way, lost asking the locals where to go. We end up getting a taxi, $20US to drive 3mins. No Trespassing signs everywhere, no one around, happy snap ...