Motel 6 Los Angeles LAX
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Friendly staff, decent room, close to airport, shuttle service
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After the long flight from Perth to Sydney to Los Angeles, we decided it best to have a night of rest, and sync our body clocks with the new time zone, before we flew the 5 hour trip to New York City on the East Coast.
We checked in, dropped our suitcases in the room and ventured back out to shop for toiletries and prepaid mobiles so we …
... side of the stage, and line up in three rows. They are wearing floor-length, blue, silk gowns with gold trim. I find Black Mama and Soul Sista in the middle, smiling at me. I try to guess which young man in the choir is Black Mama’s son. The audience is silent, and the organ begins playing. The choir bursts into a joyful jubilation, swaying and swinging their bodies as they sing songs like “Halleluiah.” This is not the ...
... the famous "Walk of Fame", it was packed with tourists but amazingly we found free parking just off the main drag. We checked out the stars and the hand/footprints of all our favourite celebs, great to be in such an iconic place! It was a struggle to get a good viewpoint of the Hollywood sign, really cool to see it ...
... stay in luxury. We were very impressed with Santa Monica and from there we made our way to Beverly Hills and to the Crowne Plaza, which was to be our accommodation for the next three nights. We ate the first night at the California Pizza Kitchen where once again I was delighted to find a gluten free pizza. Up and off the next day we did Hollywood - the Walk of Fame with the Stars' names on the ...
... and Jazz, and particularly enjoyed a short drink stop at a beer garden along the way with a Jazz band playing, and statues of all the famous jazz legends through the years. The afternoon Mississippi steamboat cruise ( the Natchez) was wonderful, very informative, and is a must for anyone coming down south. She is a mighty river alright, with two thirds of the water for USA draining through the Mississippi to the sea. As you cruise, the host explains how Katrina affected much of ...