El Tres Inn
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... one way fare was just $1.75 each for the short 2.5km trip. It was straight down Sunset Boulevarde.
Our train was on the electronic board already, set to leave on time at 10.10am, but we had a while before boarding time. Just as well, because the queues at baggage check in, and then seat allocation were both huge. Also managed to change our get off point from Emeryville to Oakland (Jack London Square) where our Hotel is located.
Eventually got our seats ...
... friends on so many places, I just wish I could see them more often.
Next time in Europe!
The awesome day ended with us visiting the Griffith Observatory. A lot of people there, since it was right before the sunset, but CJ was definitely right. It is a beautiful place and you get to see the whole city from up there. "The Hollywood sign on one side, LA on the other, and a bit of science in the ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">**Most of the world is on 220V electricity. They just all have different plugs
**Almost all the rest of the world is on the Metric system
I am finally here in Australia. Arrived this morning at 9:30 AM and at the hotel at about 11.30 after a long 15 hour flight from LA and a long line at Customs & Immigration. I arrived on 2/22 having lost 2/21 completely ( lost a day crossing the international date line) Freshened up and then joined the group for short "walk about" ...
... flyovers for car pool and toll traffic, to cut time off busy interchanges. Got home in time to have a couple of drinks before catching a Uber "taxi" ride to a local restaurant. Uber is all the rage in LA/USA and the taxi companies are up in arms as people flock to a quicker, cheaper (typically half the price) and better service solution. A great example of private sector innovation, started in San ...