- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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... streets, it was quite dirty and just really not somewhere I imagine the oscars to be held. It was quite strange really. When we arrived we noticed that they were setting up for the Jurassic park premier, that was a little strange. Being somewhere that you've seen in magazines and on TV so many times. We wandered around, looking at the different stars on the floor. Another thing I hadn't realised was that the stars are on both sides of the road. I thought they were just on ...
... Tuesday and after a smooth exit we were in the maxi taxi on our way to Sunset Boulevard- driven by an animated Ethiopian driver who acted as our personal tour guide as we navigated our way through peak hour traffic (did he really think that five over sixties who had just one hour of sleep would be in the LEAST bit interested). Hollywood, here we ARE - our home away from home for the next 5 days. It is all downhill from here. #Day1#Fab5 still ...
... loitering you bet they are smoking. I can not stand the whole walking and smoking at the same time, really annoying to inhale all the smoke behind the person walking in front. Also too much cigarette in front of restaurant, attraction, doorway , very disturbing. 6) Most people walk around, less driving, thus people look skinny. 7) order a drink and expect a free tapa, very nice. 8) tipping not obligated, as most waiters make so ...
... them some water and kind encouragement and kept on our merry way. The trail was stunning, exposed on one side then the other as it crossed and recrossed a steep ridge. The sun started to set when we were halfway down, we stopped for dinner about ¾ down and it was pitch black when we started again. Before dinner Leila was fading but the onset of night set a surreal dreamy atmosphere and she chatted away insistently bouncing and tripping her way whilst holding my hand the ...
... remember what time he said, so I got up and walked surreptitiously past the hotel reception. No sign of donuts. Sorry Nomes! My stomach was growling and yet again I was thankful for my ricecakes and peanut butter - and the cornflakes and bananas we'd obtained yesterday (which we ate from a cup!) After having a shower I knew the day was wasting and told Nomes to move. It was a good hour before we were finally ready to go.
Today we walked to Downtown ...