Vagabond Inn Convention Center Long Beach
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... with tomato sauce or sour cream.
Despite all the overpriced trash and hype we really enjoyed going to Hollywood, seeing the sign on the hill, and walking along the Walk of Fame. Strangely it feels run down compared to the Avenue of Stars in Hong Kong, and in fact the city as a whole seems like it's in a state of decay.
In all of the countries we've travelled through, and at home too, the US is thought of as top ...
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... be found. While scooping dirt Savannah accidentally threw a handful in Raina's hair!
We found a little community garden that was really amazing and found out from the owner that there is a guy who runs the Horticultural department and Long Beach community college who specializes in Pasiflora (passion flower) and has lots of different specimens, some with tiny flowers. Raina can't wait to get ahold of him and start learning.
We will be ...
... they were going to let the 2nd class passengers use it, the 1st class passengers kicked up such a stink that 2nd class was only allowed to use it for a couple of hours a day, only when 1st class was at their high tea, & the water had to be completely drained & refilled before & after so that they didn't share the same water!! Dinner for our last night in the US is in the "Chelsea Chowder House" on the ship, where of course more clam chowder had to be ...
... on what was outside, what housed all that was on display. Again, time flew by and it was time to head off, making my way down the mountain to the sea.
Santa Monica Pier, my next stop.
The sand squishing between my toes is such a great feeling and it was something I did as soon as I arrived. I stroll down to the ocean, admiring the group of young men playing football to my left. The ocean was nice, despite how cold it was. Watching people play in ...