El Patio Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Stepped out to the shopping worlds most celebrated street Rodeo Drive. Anna ate gelato and I happily walked the streets looking at some beautiful cars (rolls rouses). I also had a look at a Ferrari shop that had 14 of them in it, very cool. We then did the Beverly Hills thing and got our picture taken ...
... was wrong with my name....since I had no middle name and had to put both names on the Family Name....not "Given" name which is your first name. Finally got that straight. But, each time I had to enter ALL the information about address, purpose of visit and credit card number. Finally that came through.
Next, Bev's application. She DOES have a middle name and both those names go on the Given Name line. Finally ...
Day 1 - I felt happy when we landed in LA. We checked into our new hotel. At first I thought it was bad because of the smell, but then I went into our rooms and it was quite fantastic. We went on the Metro trains to Hollywood Vine Station and walked along the Hollywood Walk of Fame. I saw the Hollywood sign and also saw some characters from movies. I had a humongous sleep and then at 9pm I went to LA Live for dinner. We went to the Wolfgang Puck Restaurant and ...
... classy night clubs with French champagne or rowdy bars with cheap cocktails served in (really!) buckets? - you'll easily find your preference here...you want exotics? - there are elephants and cobras, there are floating markets, there are tuk-tuks on the streets, there are monks in their yellow robes, there are fruit carts full of fruit you have never seen in ...
... Culver City, so we were there? That seemed so quick. The Hilton is a nice hotel chain, and we couldn't check in straight away so we took a cab and rented a car through Hertz. That was strange. We got to the hire place and there's no signage, and we are in the middle of Volvo / Mazda dealership. It's funny because the people there seemed to belong but how they belonged was not certain. They also didn't have any cars that we could see. Would we like to hire a car? Yes. ...