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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It's been a week since the last blog, and I'm trying to remember what's happened. On Saturday (the 18th), we took a tour of the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. We got to hear some interesting facts about the building and why it's iconic. To be honest, I wasn't very engaged because I was excited about what was happening later that afternoon. Ryan, Max, Ashley and I had purchased tickets to a LA Dodgers game at home against the Colorado Rockies. We got to ...
A real quick recap of last week: My parents left Wednesday to head back to Pure Michigan, and after a week in the smog of LA it'll seem even more pure. It was great to have them visit, and we had a lot of fun just driving around and eating at good restaurants. Tuesday, before they left, we went to Roy's Hawaiian Fusion restaurant. It was really good, probably top 5 meals I've had since being out here. I had a trio of different fish (can't remember what ...
... of cheeses, some sliced salami, some grapes, and a bag of maple bacon potato chips. Ok, that last one was an impulse purchase. We got our groceries and headed up Highway 1 in hopes that we could pull off and find a nice spot. Mile after mile passed and we could find anywhere to pull off that didn't have a ton of people parked there. We pulled off the 1 and headed north into Topanga State Park again in hopes that we could go into the mountains. ...
... giant circle and heading back to where we started. Since I've been out here, this drive was one of my favorite things so far. It's nice to get away from the crowded streets and busy traffic of LA. We are definitely going back again to make a killer video. Giant pines, great clouds, epic road, and some snow topped mountains... pretty good day.
And that's the way it is,
... our first siting of someone famous. The other members of our group were less fortunate and did not recognize Mr. Griffin. Looking back, the best part about the whole thing was the unexpectedness of it all. We were just walking into Cold Stone and BAM, Blake Griffin, NBA All-star. Seeing someone and recognizing that you know them from somewhere and having the reserve to let them be was, in my opinion, better than meeting the person. If I would have had a chance to have ...