El Tres Inn
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... this weight on our shoulders
The day started tiring and glad that we had made it through the night with the amount of sirens and shouting from outside the hostel, but with determination in our stride today was the day that we would find Golds gym.
Typing Golds Gym into Google maps over and over again was taking rained at the famous Golds Gym Venice Sunset Blvd, after travelling to the wrong one first of all going to the Westfield ...
... a great friend ever since. She just moved to LA, east of downtown, and we were invited over for a shoyu chicken dinner party! Awesome side note: shoyu chicken is one of my favoritie dishes of all time, and she made it perfect! I was raving so much about it for the entire night, and along with the awesome company, made the night great! Hooray food! I can't even begin to imagine how food has just enhanced this awesome ...
... as I knew this transaction had gone through OK. Our card was changed because of a potential compromise earlier this year, but I had never received any notification from United about the ticket being unpaid for and in fact I had a ticket confirmation emailed last night when I chose our seats. The United rep rang their ticketing dept and then I was asked to call another number and was waiting for ages before I actually spoke to a live person who just kept telling me ...
... the car, whacked the air con on and headed to the next stop. After that we drove into the city and parked using Valet and headed up into the street, we started by walking along the walk of fame and headed towards the Chinese theatre where a load of the hand/foot prints are. This is where we bumped into the other guys who we're doing the same. After chatting for a while we continued up the road ...
So we landed in LAX and took a shuttle to the international airport of LA. When we stepped out of the door, we were greeted by a blast of humidity and heat. We went to our gate and started our 3 hour layover to Narita airport.
We had money left over from earlier at the DIA, so we used the remainder of it here, seeing as how US currency will be no use in Japan. I had an amazing Margherita pizza and it was huge. Lainie got a big huge tub of French fries and Jack ...