Legacy Inn and Suites
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... overwhelmed with everything. The shops, the restaurants, the houses, the weather, the cars, basically everything. I visited a few shopping malls with my family and I went to one mall called Marshals which sells designer products at a cheaper price. I spent no less than $180 on clothes. I hate shopping! It's one of my least favourite things to do. In my entire life I have never spent £180 on clothes in one year let alone in one day. I do ...
... The area I was familiar with as I pretty much spend most of my last week there. We drove by the massive shoe store, in and out burger and I totally recognised the back of the Jimmy Kimmel show Live. We waited until the bus arrived and got out. We had an hour and twenty minutes to look around, take photos, shop, eat and do whatever we wanted until we had to be back and ready at iDA studios, a bit further upon Hollywood Boulevard. Gioia and I went to the toilet, passed ...
... worked our way back to the entrance. They have 4 long escalators which scale the steep mountain side - phew!! Bags had to go in lockers which were free for 90 mins using finger print ID to open them. Very clever.
We started off with Jurassic Park, and yes we did get wet; then Revenge of the Mummy. Whoa!! It was a real roller coaster & much in the dark which at least saved closing my eyes (it was my favourite I think). Transformers (Greg's favourite along ...
Well after a long and exciting journey we eventually made it into Los Angles but it wasn't without any drama. A young lad was caught smoking cannabis in the toilet and then got abusive with the cabin crew which was quite scary at the time especially being 35000 feet up in the air.
... if only for it’s place in movies etc, and the there are some seriously high-end stores along the short 3 or 4 blocks stretch. A LOT smaller in real life than you’d expect. We do get a nice surprise though; in the park on the other side of Santa Monica Boulevard there is an open arts fair going on and we spend a good hour walking around a mix of artists’ displays; everything ...