El Patio Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we make it, the train we need to get empties onto the platform and disgorges hundreds of people. The trains here are probably at least 20 carriages long and carry literally hundreds of commuters. Because they are all heading into Manhattan, we now get a seat and a leisurely trip in air-conditioned comfort express to the airport.
We get out and have to walk through the terminal to pick up the air train, but practically walk straight onto it. So far, our travel plans have ...
... yesterday at universal studios with four 20+ Indian guys who seemed to be trying to recreate a boy band poster with P in the middle?
We had 4 ½ miles to walk up to Indian Garden campground, and the first half up a zigzag cut into the cliff in full sunshine didn’t inspire much hope for the last half of the day. Leila got slower and slower, then got an impressive spontaneous nose bleed (due to the heat we suppose). As it was her first she reacted with ...
... tours were brilliant and I would recommend them to anyone.
We got to see Hollywood, Beverley Hills and it's famous Rodeo Drive and Beverley Wilshire hotel. We also headed down to Santa Monica although we didn't have time to stop and look around but the place was so beautiful and chilled out!
We also visited downtown LA with the hustle and bustle of city life with Chinatown and the huge business blocks.
I also got to see my friend Kim, who ...
... But, inevitably, he found us. We escaped by tipping over the top of a pretty big hill and getting covered with water. And I mean covered. Like someone dumped a bucket of water on your head kind of wet. Nobody was expecting that! As we sat there gasping for air and wiping the water from our eyes, I could hear Jinny's incredulous tone "we've NEVER got that wet before". It was quite funny, and luckily LA is sunny and we were dry in no time. All be it with ...
... but turns out downtown LA is essentially the ghetto and 5 white kids wondering round whilst people threw fireworks on the street wasn't a good idea so we swiftly left. The next day I wondered down the walk of fame with tom and looked at the handprints outside the Chinese theatre, I was obviously more interested in the Harry potter and twilight cast ones than the others. That night we predrank with an American guy from our room ...