Travelodge Ocean Front
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... enact famous paintings and sculptures in an annual performance in Laguna Beach, Calif., known as the Pageant of the Masters.The amateur actors, their bodies painted and costumed, step into theatrical sets and freeze for 90 seconds, some held in place by straps or props. They create life-size renditions of 40 works including Winslow Homer’s “The Country School” and Cyrus ...
... helped that we were the first flights leaving and arriving, so everyone was fresh for the day.
We went out to the taxi rank and found a cab to take us to the hostel.
The driver was an old Armenian guy who was up for a chat as well, telling us all about himself and his country and his time in the US.
Not long later we arrived in Venice Beach and went up to the reception where we dropped off our bags before heading out to see the place. It was only about 8am so there ...
... outside in the footpath. After that we visited dads friend Niko and Katie and their new baby Emmett. He was super adorable and so happy and smiley. He looked so tiny in Niko's arms and mum got to hold him too. That night we were so exhausted we ordered pizza and packed our bags for our early flight to New York the next day. Talk to you tomorrow- Grace
... The highlight of the day was a home hosted dinner. OAT the tour company tries to include a home hosted dinner in each of its tour packages so that we can meet some of the locals and spend an evening getting to know them. The group was split up into two groups of eight,each group going to a different family for dinner. The hosts had appetizers and wine from a local winery (Adelaide is in the Barossa Valley a major wine producing area similar ...
... Fresh Prince thereof). We checked out some of the other homes of the glitterati. It’s a strange neighbourhood that seemed to be filled with latino gardners and packs
of tradesmen. The homes are mostly enormous and gated but there aren’t any footpaths. The higher areas offer soaring views across LA and a couple of homes being built looked ...