Motel 6 Los Angeles Sylmar
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... was built in 1922 and features 44 hand-carved horses, and it was rebuilt in 1990 inside the Hippodrome where a calliope provides musical accompaniment.
Whilst on the pier we cashed in out LA GoPasses for unlimited rides at Pacific Park on their fun little theme park attractions. Hayley and I rode the West Coaster rollercoaster twice, and then all four of us went on the Pacific Ferris wheel. After that nice calm ride we went on the Sea Dragon swinging boat ride and Alex and ...
... is a simulator that takes you into a day in the crazy life of Gru and the gang as a minion. It’s really fun and the story is funny as well as cute.
We lined up for the Animal Actors where the trainers show ...
... organisation. Well planned by Jay, so now he does no work.
The touristy things in LA had to be done, so off to Rodeo drive for a spot of shopping, then to the Hollywood walk of fame to see the stars and the Chinese theatre to see if our hand and feet fit those of famous actors. We also ventured up to the Hollywood sign, took a million photos and had a stroll on the super busy Santa Monica Pier. We stayed right on Venice Beach so we had some great people watching. We ...
... And the final addition to the dance floor was a guy we named 'three kicks and a spin' because that's exactly what his move was. It was truly something to behold. Last but by no means least was a woman who made our eyes water. She had a huge amount of plastic surgery and was basically wearing tiny lace knickers (builders bottom included) and a cropped muscle vest. Nothing else. NOTHING else. I mean we saw everything. It was... unbelievable. All our people watching dreams came true that ...
... beach area and get some dinner. The temperature was just about perfect today, around 78 and Redondo Beach really wasn't crowded. We walked along the pier and dunked our toes in the Pacific. The pier seemed to be more of an actual fishing pier, with lots of people lined up all over, looking for a perfect spot.
As expected, the traffic was very heavy and it took a long time to navigate PCH even just ...