Lynwood Century Freeway Travelodge
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... we went back on the bus (after all - we'd paid for it and didn't want to pay out more money for a taxi back to Rodeo Drive and it was too far to walk - this is not New York). It took 2 hours to get back to our bus stop near the Beverly Hills Police Dept and we got to see all the same **** all over again. I may have had a little nap. Beverly Hills is hilarious. The streets have to have just one species of tree. The ...
... the next one and jumped on.
It was a long annoying process and it seemed like we weren't supposed to get to Hollywood today!
We rode the bus for about 45mins and got off at Highland Avenue. We walked up the street to the famous Hollywood and Highland complex where the Walk of Fame is, but by this time we were both quite hungry, so we skimmed past the names looking for somewhere to eat.
Honestly the area was nothing like I expected. It almost felt ...
Wow, do I have some stories for you. Let's talk about that.
Monday: Jordan and I got an early start and headed to the Las Vegas convention center for the National Association of Broadcasters show, NAB from here on out. The drive took about 4 hours and it was my first time in Vegas. It was weird to be driving along in the desert and see giant casinos start popping up to signal that we were getting closer. We arrived and I was ...
... normal;">We finally arrived at the 'Charmed' house which is just out of LA downtown. Since the last visit they have renovated more homes and it really is a neat area.
Polly’s Pies back in Long Beach saw us for dinner with their ...
... are at a red light and turning right, you are allowed to go as long as you treat it as a stop sign and give way (yield). After talking to heaps of people about their time in the States we were quite surprised no one mentioned this bit of information because it has been quite key to getting around.
Sleeping and Eating
Stayed at the Howard Johnson in Torrence in LA. Was a good hotel with a nice breakfast and free wifi. Slightly far away from Hollywood.