El Tres Inn
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- Free parking
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... from his cold, O’Regan is on his way to recovery but Rosie still has it and is stoically soldiering on, tissues and throat spray at the ready.
However, it’s up into the mountains we go.
... anywhere else.
Twelve huge palaces along a six-block strip of Downtown LA...the dream of architects, of movie producers, of actors and those who gaze upon the silver screen.
And they are 'palaces'. Ridiculously so...
I was lucky enough to go into The Los Angeles theatre...closed for over 30 years but well preserved. It opens a few times a year for the odd movie festival...the dust is in the air, as are the dreams.
This is a place to dream...
... out because we talked for an hour before she had to head to work. Before she left, she pointed me in the direction of the beach, and we said goodbye. I got to the beach and immediately noticed how the Pacific smelled. I told Liz that I wanted to put my feet in and say that I went into all three major bodies of US water, but it was the smell that I noticed the most. Between the Gulf, the Atlantic, and the Pacific, each had its own distinct ...
... and get told to head out to the parking lot where we can chose our own car from the mid-size area. Once in the mid-size area we pick a nice red car and start loading it up. Upon closer inspection though Jayne realises it's a seven-seater people carrier, hardly mid-size! We check with a member of staff and they tell us that it's fine to have that car as they have no mid-size left. However Jayne isn't comfortable with it as it's rather large, and she's used ...
... third of the price we would pay back at home. Most of the roads here are incredibly straight with very few corners, which explains why most American cars are terrible at cornering. One strange fact about our road trip is that in the thousands of miles that we've driven, we didn't see one single act of road rage. We saw plenty bad driving, but absolutely no road rage at all. Not one person giving the fingers or ...