Motel 6 Los Angeles Sylmar
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... breathtaking and awe-inspiring road since it first opened in 1861. This is America's oldest tourist attraction.
We found ourselves at the base of the auto route on a clear and sunny day in the beginning of September. We paid the entrance fee, for which we also got a CD telling us about the history of the route and ...
... machine, then human, I wondered whether this kiosk was nothing more than a delay tactic by border control? Were they really going to allow one through with only four fingerprints and a horrible, horrible photo-fit picture. I don't think so. On the positive side, my luggage was waiting for me when I approached the carousel and I quickly was able to pop it through to make my next flight to Vancouver. Since I had been sitting for ...
... Despicable 2 and the Shrek 4D film show. More gentle than the others, but fun all the same.
As a break from the rides, we sat in on the 3.30pm Special Effects Show. This was very funny and informative, and demonstrated many of the tricks of the movie trade.
By late afternoon all the rides had at least a 45 minute wait and we had used up all of our one-time front of line privileges. However, we decided to join the masses and queue for once for a ...
... if the pilot was American or Italian, but we had the smoothest landing at the Rome airport that I've ever had while flying. I realize that's not important to the majority of you, but being a pilot I always notice those. Speaking of the Rome airport, I was expecting a bit more...they had to roll out a couple of staircases to the plane for us to deboard (no jetways to be found). Not sure ...
... car, and did the double-take when the steering wheel was not where *he* thought it should be. Our Motel for the first night was up in Hollywood - the Blvd Hotel and Suites - on North Highland Avenue, near the corner of Hollywood Boulevard. This was a 35 minute drive from LAX - but it was very interesting heading through suburbs we were accustomed to hearing about on Television and in Movies. Tony, our driver, did his best to keep us updated on where we were - ...