The Vagabond Inn
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We get the metro from our hotel into downtown LA to connect with the 48 hour bus tour. We eventually find the route and hop on. It is here we realise the true size of LA and Hollywood. You really feel small. The bus crosses the highway and takes us into Hollywood. Kirsty's hair was crazy. I promised her we did pass the Hollywood sign. Bright bill boards, flashing lights and stars lining the pavements. We knew we were here. We crossed over to ...
... we only touched the very surface of what the country has to offer. I'd love to come back someday and go further afield, and the same applies to Peru.
All we had in both these countries were good experiences and happy memories, thankfully.
No matter how good a holiday, there is no place like home. We leave late June 30 and arrive in Sydney next month- never been overly fond of 1 July anyway!
Thanks for sticking with us on this epic ...
... 10. The food I can't even describe. Caviar cones, eggplant teppan Yaki, prawns with straw shooters (yep, I know - too hard to describe) and paper thin cones topped with wagyu beef cappacio and filled with runny cheese. Then dessert was dark choc pop rocks and nitro meringue with toffee ...
... d love to have you join us! No tickets are sold for Harry Potter on site, you must purchase well in advance online. Our tour will be at 11:00 AM, allowing 2 hour travel time.
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... Because the shoes I had had somehow shrunk we took a trip to a massive shopping place down the road. They sold pretty much everything. Found a decent pair that I bought with some of my winnings, as we pulled back into the car park of our hotel we noticed a man stood out of his wheel chair with his widge out just ******* on the side of the path, Ang was horrified and me and the lads just laughed, proper weird though, he didn't have far to go to the bathrooms but he thought it was ...