Best Western Westminster Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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And so the great Californian road trip has come to an end. As we're sat in the lounge waiting for our flight, I can't believe how much we've covered in the past couple of weeks! We've had a fab last couple of days in Santa Monica. As I mentioned in the last post, yesterday was spent with Noz and Ricky trying to master surfing, whilst Jem and I sat on the beach making very important and constructive comments about their technique! After a few attempts at standing, ...
... we didn't see one for miles, lol so ended up having amazing Mexican style brekkie just off Rodeo drive, just after a small hike over the hills of Mullholand Drive - fantastic views! After some celebrity spotting on Rodeo Drive we drove down the Sunset Boulevard to the Walk of Fame and Chinese Theatre, cheesy touristy bits ticked off the list! We popped into the Andrew Christian flagship store (details not for this blog) and moved on to Santa Monica to look for A&F store. You ...
... rock salt do I need?", and to that I will answer: "It depends on how much of a chub you are, or rather, how much ice cream you want to eat". If you are a perfectly normal person like me, you're going to want about 1 cup of milk, a **** ton of ice, 1 tsp of extract, a bit of rock salt (because I really don't know the exact number), and 1/4 cup of sugar. Now at this point I also know what you're thinking: "Exactly how much is 1/4 cup of sugar? Obviously I ...
... home as everyone was heading to the beach on such a beautiful day. Easter Vigil Mass was Bilingual at St Clement's with beautiful singing and a band that included guitars, drums, cello, saxophone, clarinet and piano. Off on our road trip tomorrow. Next stop Vegas then Bryce ...
... to the Ice-Age Show which included the appearance of a very life-like Smilodon that scared some of the kids half to death. We also went on the excavator tour where we got to see some of the excavation and learned a lot more from the tour guide. We went through the atrium garden and, when I asked for the names of some of the beautiful trees, the young lady there got very excited as she claimed we were the first people in two years to ask. I then became the famous Biology teacher ...