Culver City Travelodge
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... 70, 17, and 7D (thanks Fred) - understanding someone else's culture can help you understand your own even more - communication is one of the most important skills anyone can have - sharing is caring, and being there for others is vital when you are with the same group for a month - you can learn so much if you just ask that fist question - museums and galleries hold enough information to teach us for a lifetime - birthdays in a foreign city always beat the ...
... lived on a house that was on Wysteria Lane!
We parted the water to see the model of the ship and Island that ventured to find KONG, We travelled to Amity Island, and saw a big fish, suffered a Californian Earthquake, and then finished the tour.
The definite highlight of the day was when Mim and I went on both the Jurassic Park ride, we got wet........and also the Transformers ride, for a girl who doesn't like heights and enclosed spaces, she ...
We have been loving the trip so far, but I confess we have had a soft landing.
The first week was in Cabo San Lucas, right at the Southern tip of Baja California (Mexico) with my brother and his wife. Warm sun, blond beaches, tropical water and wonderful Mexican food. We can strongly recommend it as a way to get over jet-lag!
We had one hectic day in LA where we got new bank accounts, new phone plans, sorted car ...
... warned us, hopefully it doesn’t damage the circuit board.
It was pretty straight forward and we easily found our gate and relaxed for about 10 minutes before boarding started. Unfortunately we didn’t get seats together but were close enough. The plane got delayed a few minutes due to a ‘water bottle’ being on the runway. First world problems.
As we took off we had a great view of the Pentagon and the ...
... like I'm in the driver's seat and driving the car without a steering wheel. Turning corners was the worst! I was glad I wasn't driving and proud of John with the way he was.
They kept us awake all day with visits to Hollywood and general rubber-necking around Rodeo Drive and seeing rich people's homes in the Hollywood Hills. Hollywood was pretty underwhelming and overrated. It was full of seedy types trying to talk us into doing ...