BEST WESTERN Monterey Park Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Slept like a log until 3.00 am and eventually went back to sleep around 5.30 am. I woke up again at 8.45 am and was still tired but thought best to start my body clock rolling. It took some time but we were both slow this morning and we eventually went downstairs and found out which bus to catch to the Farmers Market. The girl behind the counter told us the 316 or the 16 on the corner of Flower and 5th street. After figuring out we were on ...
... today, and we kept getting in traffic jams on the ride. Gotta say it’s the first time we’ve experienced traffic on a ride. What is the deal with this town and traffic? We passed one part of the ride three times, and Mark leaned over to Cheryl and said, “Big Ben. Parliament.” You might remember that line from “National Lampoon’s European Vacation”, where Chevy Chase gets caught in the roundabout in London ...
Kate left this morning on her Contiki trip. She was feeling a bit anxious but has joined in with the group and seems to be having a good time. I spent the day at Citadel, an outlet shopping centre in LA. Got everything on my list so very happy despite the sore feet. I'm planning on going to Universal Studios tomorrow before heading to meet the tour group at our ...
... the airport.. We all agree to meet up in 45mins to head down to the ‘Manhattan pier’ to meet the other flight deck, engineers, and chef. So yes in true LA and crew style we get a limo, yes a bloody limo.. This black, limo turns up and we all pile in… 20 min journey down to the pier, and we arrive and get out the sunset is coming down over the most amazing Californian beach. Which you can imagine on the west coast of America that it ...
... international building at LAX and Steve’s family is moments away with a phone call. Esther and Lloyd, Steve’s folks, and Lori his sister pull up to the curb staring at us as if they’re unsure it is actually us! Our tales from the road have shocked, angered and frightened them, as hopefully they have you. The hugs are long and sincere.
The streets of Los Angeles are wide and orderly and feature traffic ...