Willow Tree Inn
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... 8221; I ask. I ignore them after they say, ‘no’ and keep looking for my bracelet. The name, Ken Norton, keeps going through my head. It sounds so familiar. I walk up to Ken who’s working out on a machine.
“Are you someone famous?” I ask.
“No,” he replies.
“Hmm, ” I say. Still puzzled, I go to the desk and ask the owner if Ken Norton is famous.
... helped that we were the first flights leaving and arriving, so everyone was fresh for the day.
We went out to the taxi rank and found a cab to take us to the hostel.
The driver was an old Armenian guy who was up for a chat as well, telling us all about himself and his country and his time in the US.
Not long later we arrived in Venice Beach and went up to the reception where we dropped off our bags before heading out to see the place. It was only about 8am so there ...
3 Legs down and three to go so off to LAX we flew. Once again an interesting view of a barren part of US over near California with some harsh looking mountains that has some snow on their peaks. Amazed by how much space there is when you consider that US has 10 times our population and is not much bigger than us geographically.
Time to change terminals at Tom Bradley. Online recommend to catch a shuttle bus but we decided to ...
Well today was our last day in LA as tomorrow we hire a car and hit the road. We got a 48 hour bus pass so after yesterday and gathering our bearings today we could stop off and walk around for a bit. We woke up a little later than we had wanted - surprise surprise and so we quickly got ready and got some breakfast.
We hopped on the bus but needn't listen to the headphones as we had already done all that malarkey yesterday. Santa Monica is super cool so ...
... Coast Highway along the aquamarine waters of the coast line, through Malibu to Santa Monica. Just outside of Santa Monica at a stop light on a hill, a guy in a utility truck hauling Porto-potties lost control of his breaks and rear-ended us. When he slammed into our car, he sent us flying forward, causing a four car accident. Luckily, no one was hurt, but it was definitely a bummer for the afternoon. We collected ourselves after the accident and decided to stop ...