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We got a sleep in this morning and a chance to get some washing done. We caught our tour bus into LA. We stopped on Hollywood boulevarde and had a look at the Hollywood walk of fame, where stars representing famous musicians and actors line the footpaths. These stars go for many blocks, but we just had a look at a few. There were quite a few we had never heard of but we got to see Michael Jackson, Robin Williams, Hugh Jackman to name a few. Nearby was the Chinese Theatre which houses ...
... it quickly became very hot and stuffy inside the parked car because we couldn't have the window open and didn't want to leave the car running. People were walking around and we asked them what they knew but by no one really knew anything. Finally, a fellow from the pickup truck right behind me stopped and told us the bad news -- we would probably be there 4-6 hours because the overpass just ahead was completely flooded and with no end of the rain ...
The link below is to a youtube video of the event that we were honored to attend on the 70th anniversary of D-Day. It's pretty long so I encourage you to watch the first 5 minutes or so, and the last 5 minutes to get a feel for what it was like. What you'll miss in between are the speeches by Presidents Obama and Hollande.
Well, 'they' say all good things come to an end. I don't necessarily buy that, but this good thing has come to an end!
We had a wonderful trip, as you could probably tell from our blog. We'd gladly pass on the recovery from jet lag that we're going through right now, but that's part of the price you pay when doing that kind of travel.
There were so many ...
... locate a safe parking area. If you have a tent, carefully select the plot of land you are going to use. Choosing a site before night falls gives you an opportunity to get used to your surroundings. This can help you see what you are doing and prevent frustration. Emergency kits are one of the most important things to bring on a camping trip. This kit should contain the basics, but should evolve as you change your camping locations. Take precautions ...