Motel 6 Thousand Oaks South
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Back in the routine of taking a hearty breakfast, dad discovered the pancake machine in the brekkie room, which ensured longer than anticipated was spent in there enjoying the hospitality.
Our first port of call was Solvang. This is a random place at best. The Americans have basically cloned Denmark and stuck it in the middle of nowhere …
... heat with Malibu the only major town in between. It all sounded very glamorous and certainly the Grand Design houses and beach crowd reflected the reputation of the area. Before Malibu beach, we had stopped at Zuma Beach where Steve couldn't stop his urges of diving into the Pacific and having a little salty soak. He'd been wittering on about it for days, so it was good for him to get it out of his system. A little less glamorous was the riding along the Pacific Coast Highway ...
... up saw Michael lose by two points. They were both great fights but just unlucky in the end. Not all was lost as Michael's hard work paid off and he scored himself a bronze medal for the division. After the medal presentation we met up with Michael and his family who had been watching from the stands on the opposite side of the stadium. In no time we were being invited to join them to watch their niece/cousin/granddaughter Kayla riding at the horse races nearby. Back ...
Reliving the events of his Presidency is exhausting. How he managed to keep a bright smile and sense of humor through it all is remarkable. He certainly was more a Statesman and less a politician through his term in office.
The grace with which he handled his terminal illness says so much about the MAN.
... as the mountains behind. We achieved all that in about half a day and then got a train to Hollywood. Saw the walk of fame and theatres, and took the obligatory photo of the Hollywood sign on the hills! Hollywood main strip looked to us a bit hectic and in some places a bit run down, it is probably nicer once you get away from the main road but as time was pressing we didn't hang around and instead got a bus to Beverley Hills. Now this ...