Knights Inn Pico Rivera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... out. Obviously the new shoreline village area that we have been visiting proved to be too much competition. The Queen Mary, herself looking a bit worse for wear now stands in the middle of a desolate landscape of abandoned shops and a large car park. Next door is the loading dock for carnival cruise lines, so there is also piles of food and other goods waiting to be loaded. The hotel in the Queen Mary is sill operating, but I ...
... numbers of people, very little that is seen in a movie is real and Americans are open, friendly, polite and helpful. The tour finished at about 3pm and we were presented with a photo as a memento of our visit and two current movie posters in a transport tube. We said our goodbyes and caught the Hop on Hop off bus back to Santa Monica with a short stop at a large shopping centre called the Pavilion West Mall. A long but good day in ...
... with prices starting at about £20 for a night. We managed to find a good one on Venice Beach which is a great location and not too far from LAX. After a 7 hour Greyhound journey we arrived in Downtown LA where we had to get 2 public buses to get to our hostel. This went well apart from the fact the routes virtually went through what seemed like a ghetto with all kinds of different characters getting on. We eventually arrived at ...
After enjoying what probably will be our last Caesar for 4 months (OMG) in the YYC Wings Bar, we are on our way to LAX.
[Plane geek report - Our transport this morning was an Airbus A319, kind of like a smaller, crappier Boeing 737. Our particular aircraft was a bit of a clunker, as there was some sort of problem with the ignition system on one of the engines. Having two working engines is always a great feature for an airplane, so we ...
... quick excited chat with Pops before we boarded our flight. Our seats are called and off we go. Well goodbye & thank you good old USA, you did its damnedest to supersize me, but glad to say we did not fully succumb to the gluttony culture of fats and sugar fixes all day long. Having not quite put on what we spent in dollars by putting it on in pounds, I have managed to remain in my own clothing. Now on to healthy conscious OZ with plenty of sea, sand, sangria and ...