Motel 6 Los Angeles - Rosemead
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... it is hard to imagine the detail, seeing it on TV does not do it justice. Impossible to describe, you just have to put that on your bucket list and see for yourselves. We took a ton of pictures so we have the memories.
Saturday morning we left Pasadena around 7:00am and drove to Palm Springs where we had breakfast and bought a few souvenirs. The weather was gorgeous, big fat sun in the sky all day long. Pleasant drive to our Phoenix winter ...
... miles of barren dessert today. However, Bakersfield had a different plan for us. Our Econo Lodge was in a grimy area. The night staff tried to reassure us, from behind bullet proof glass, that our car and belongings were safe because of the CCTV, but we weren't convinced or willing to take the risk, so the next half hour was spent carrying all our belongings up the stairs to the room. Once inside we watched multiple episodes of Modern Family in an effort to wind down from the drive ...
... Dave could not see what was in store! Very clever Universal - well done!
the studio tour was entertaining too - we had to reassure Tahlia numerous times that everything was not real - especially Norman Bates actor carrying the body into the car from the motel and then running at us with his knife.
our last full day of our magical family trip of so many memories.
... Howard Johnson.
We found the famous Pinks hotdogs which have been in operation in the same location since the 1930's. We were lucky because the line was only about a 45 minute wait, but definitely worth it. We got a chilli dog and a Polish Chicago dog. Brett almost spilt the whole meal on the floor, but managed to only spill some of my burger instead. Most amazing chilli dogs and definitely recommended.
... movie. We literally left the smog on Smaug
We bought the third seat in our aisle so we could convert it and sleep on the SkyCouch. The foot rests fold up to the same level as the seat and you put down a little "skypad" so you don't feel the gaps between the seats. Skycouch would be great IF:
1) You are two hobbits
2) You are under 20 years old
3) You have an intimate relationship with the person you are flying with.