Motel 6 Simi Valley
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> The drive to Hollywood was a real eye opener - we didn't expect to see active oil wells in the middle of the city. Everyone tooted at each other at every opportunity but we couldn't convince Dad to join in. As the sun set about 5pm it was dark by the time we got to our hotel on Sunset Blvd.
Hunger struck the pack and we set out to Hollywood Blvd checking out the walk of fame on the way ...
... SUV. Brief glimpse into the life of the rock star. We meet some random Dutch travellers, beers and wings at Hooters, and get a lift home. The next day we catch up with Zac (our mate from LA we met last time). We down a fair few beers, head to El Centro Ave, he takes us to a speak easy call 'Good times @ Davey Wayne's'. It's super hipster, looks like someone's house, could be mistaken for a garage sale, we enter through a fridge. There is a notice of filming at the door, ...
... s hero feel to it. Like it was popular 20 years ago but it's glory days are over. Everything we could read about where to eat convinced us that it would be 1; overpriced, and 2; not very good, so after settling in we opted for overpriced, ordinary room service in the comfort of our room. Plus it was cold and foggy outside, so wasn't a bad option. Got up and out of there by 9 and began the last 400kms to ...
... the trunk. The day just wouldn't be complete without mom losing something. And the other meaning of this title refers to a homeless man who wouldn't stop talking to us on the metro. He explained to us after balancing on the railing while the train was moving that his ass was the reason why he was able to balance. He made it sound very profound. The people we encountered today were one of a kind. Only in LA I ...
... continue on to Macao and Hong Kong for the next few days. Shortly after, I will be meeting Stephanie in Bangkok where we will be taking a short flight to Chiang Mai to stay at an elephant sanctuary. From there it is back to Bangkok to meet Lisa and fly to the recently opened country of Myanmar (Burma) to see the incredible temples of Bagan. From there, we will head back to Bangkok to then take the train ...