Vagabond Inn Executive Pasadena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Saturday, Ryan, Max, and I were picked up by the parents and taken out for breakfast/lunch, or what I call (Blunch). Blunch is different from Brunch. For those who are unfamiliar with the term, it's pretty similar, except it's extremely different. For blunch, I had some delicious french toast. Probably the second best french toast ever, behind Bert's (Shout out to Bert's for having good breakfast). After the meal, we decided to head up ...
... and then a very old woman, with the help of another woman, came walking up to us as our waiter said,"enjoy your lunch". We all knew this was Steven's mother approaching (we did research before hand) and when she slowly made it to our table she said, "That was an order... enjoy your lunch." We laughed and said we would and she left to greet a new group of customers that just sat down. It was a Jewish restaurant, ...
... I turned to Ryan, who at this point was already looking at me with the same intense stair that said "you see him too!". I slyly lean to Ryan and say, "Is that guy Blake Griffin?". He was really tall, an average characteristic of an NBA player, and he had his right arm in a sling. In an instant, Ryan was on his phone checking the ESPN app for news, and sure enough, the headlines read something like "Blake Griffin out after surgery". At this point, I turn to Max ...
We're back safely from our trip to Cali. Left here on New Years Eve after saying our goodbyes to our son and his family who had come down for a visit over Christmas. Not enough room here in the trailer so they rented a condo in the Phoenix area. It worked well for all of us.
Our drive to Pasadena started off a bit more adventurous than we would have liked as a large wet cold front moved in so we traveled for the first hundred miles or so ...
... you couldn't enter unless you made an appointment. Another was the boutique that featured in the film 'Pretty Woman'.
There is only so much frivolity and tinsel you can handle in one day. So to finish off, we raised the cultural bar and drove to The Getty Center; an architecturally ultra-modern, hilltop museum, which can only be reached by a driverless tram. The galleries and gardens were an "island in the sky in the City of Angels".