Motel 6 Los Angeles Sylmar
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... celebs on the ground was pretty cool, as was the foot and hand prints. The highlight for the kids was seeing spiderman and Minnie Mouse for Chloe to be honest! However we found out very quickly that all these people really wanted was an extra buck for a photo and were actually very annoying. We then took a drive to see the famous Hollywood sign and after taking a picture James told us that he has a new deal - and that is that we are not allowed ...
... had been pushed by apparel as his or her to start with purchase of business. Today their retain supply surpasses garments. One of the most prominent no-gear equipment they take is the Dickies backpack. Their rucksack is sufficiently strong to carry laptop computers and numerous ebooks. Dickies facilitates different styles of luggage associated with totally different zippers. It is possible to hold a beats equipment in certain wallets as well as a calculator ...
... do is another thing) and went our separate ways. It was a cool little town to visit and is home to UCLA (University College Los Angeles) which is the biggest uni in LA and one of the top ones in America. So it's quite a vibrant place with lots of students, bars, restaurants and shops. We cheekily managed to hop on the bus (not at the allocated stop) to head back towards Beverly Hills as we met Dais's cousin for a drink on Melrose Avenue.
Melrose Avenue ...
We were looking forward to a significant sleep-in the morning after California Adventure Park, but it occurred to us at some crazy hour in the morning that we didn't know what time check-out was. Nomes set her alarm for 9 but...for some reason it didn't go off. We awoke at 10:30 and discovered we had to be checked out by 11. That would hardly give me time for a shower, let alone time to clean up the bomb-shell that was our room! Nomes went and begged for more time while I got in ...
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Places can be very different and some
things that seem 'dangerous' to us (crazy traffic/road crossings etc)
are normal for others, just look around at the locals and do what you
feel comfortable with. And whilst countries are different, they are
also pretty much the same; there are friendly, helpful, rude, ...