The Raymond Hotel
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... airport we went through customs (mark again got bomb tested and Bec was put through a body scanner and then patted down after a random image showed up). We then went on a epic hunt for food. I think we must have been searching for an hour. At one point we could see this awesome food court through a glass window but not matter how many routes we took could not get there. We settled for pies and a salad. FLIGHT TO LA We were super lucky and had a ...
... Mission Bay, winding back up through La Jolla, up and over Torrey Pines back down to Del Mar. That evening, Cathy cooked a fantastic roast lamb with all the trimmings, making it even harder to leave the next day after having a little reminder of home! All the Beattys were at dinner, even Mark's father George who lives nearby, quizzing us on how it feels to be known as "farm girl and friend"?! It was the perfect way to round off our time in San Diego, an evening of laughs ...
So my final day in LA, had a terrible night sleep think that's what's called jet lag! Already missing my cuppas, especially when they don't come to you in bed (thanks Anna ) So seems I was awake I got up early and headed down to the pier again, walked along the beach and found muscle beach, full of show offs and very toned men. I fitted in a treat, didn't dare whip the shirt off ...
... a photo at President Obama's desk!
By the end of the day both Dustin and I were focused on getting our souvenirs and getting the heck out of Hollywood. It is a loud and crowded place, so by the end of a full day surrounded by people pushing, shoving, yelling, and hustling (trying to push various tour packages and gimmicks onto us) Dustin and I had had enough.
We tried a real pretzel (the soft bread kind) and dined ...
Here are some of our bye bye pictures.
I have had more than enough time to let go of things and places and people, except for those of you who may read this blog. Kathleen is just starting to unwind from principaling.
Stephanie, ever the thoughtful, socially-adept friend, sent us a care package of goodies to take in the car. I especially like the candy container with the chicken with noise making symbols to clang. ...