Hyland Motel Van Nuys
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It was a relief when we finally touched down at the airport and the flight was over. We grabbed our bags from the overhead lockers and as promised they fit in there reasonably well. We got through customs pretty quickly as we were able to get pretty close to the front of the line. We had previously applied to enter the United States via the ESTA visa website. This is all we had to do to get a visitors visa to the USA. The paperwork took no longer than half ...
... Drive) plugged into the Sat Nav we headed out to Highway 405, and straight into LA rush hour traffic! With a reputation for being a nightmare, it was not as bad as it looked, especially when we decided with four of us in the car we could use the car pool lane.
Mulholland Drive twists and turns its way between highways 405 and the 101 with fantastic views on either side north into the San Fernando valley and south towards Downtown LA. Megan was nominated official ...
... coffee at the cafe next door.
Our last day was spent packing. Could throwing a few things in a suitcase take so long? True, we did have to buy excess baggage and buy a new suitcase... and borrow another suitcase from Leslea. Who'd a thought a couple of LPs and CDs would take up so much space... and weigh twice as much as I baggage allowance!! Unfortunately we had no space to fit in Adeline, and she ...
... it's 3 regular tacos
for $1.09!! I personally preferred Taco Bell but the regular taco at
Del Taco was yum.
May 11th - Woke up and headed round to the
Burkholders for a final shower, washing of clothes and goodbyes
before heading into Anaheim to park up for our day tomorrow. That was
hard and sad as they have helped us so much with working out lots of
kinks in the start of our journey. I didn't even think about the fact
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Taking the car back to National was slow due to the traffic and we needed to find fuel on the way. We had a few re-re-navigations as the first petrol station only sold CNG. Handing the car back was a slick operation and we boarded the bus to LAX. ...