Motel 6 Los Angeles Whittier
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... old Edo times. You can shop, eat and relax. This is where everyone is, but to go to the Onsen itself, you enter the gender designated areas. And yes, no bathing suits, NADA!!! The Onsen is an area called Odaiba. Odaiba is a man made island connected to Tokyo through the rainbow bridge. We walked across the bridge and explored the area. There is a big Ferris wheel, lots of malls and museums/activity centers. We especially liked this Hawaiian burger restaurant ...
... DID the years go? Could have talked for hours more, but then we'd be in worse shape with traffic on the 5, heading thru LA. Even Ed was tense in 5 o'clock traffic. Hard to believe people do it everyday. No thank you! We managed to drive to cute Solvang, Ca.- a little Danish replica village. Thank you, Laurie, for the suggestion! Will investigate tomorrow, but I was very excited to see a real windmill coming into town ...
Happy Easter! Plans for today: Shopping at 3rd street and photo shoot on the beach :) 3rd street shopping in Santa Monica is always fun and since it was Easter Sunday lots of people were out and street artists everywhere. Abercrombie had a 40% total store sale and Anthropologist is always a good store to find fun things in. Kids love the Brookstone shop so had to stop there. Lunch at the Steak 'n Shake was great :) Bought some yummy Peeps Easter chicken at All about Sugar - it ...
... the good guys castle and hung this man on top of a tank of fuel and fell in. It was a really good show. At the end, the good guys won. We got dinner at Universal City and did a bit of shopping. We got the train back to the hotel. Day 3 - We had a yummy breakfast again in the morning! Then we went to the bus and it took a very long time! We went to Beverly Hills and walked along Rodeo Drive. It was brilliant and fancy. We then got back on the bus and went ...
... to take our lives with quick movements, backwards in the dark and again fiercely flinging us forwards. It was over quick and in no time we were back into the bright sunshine passing mummy replicants and through the gift and photo store. Next up, Jurassic Park. This ride is predominately outside and a traditional water slide ride. We wait patiently in the line awaiting our water transport. We board the floating and very wet flume craft and prepare ourselves to get ...