Pacific Coast Inn Redondo Beach
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... who married Mary Elizabeth, was once listed as John Finnegan). But keep looking and cross referencing, pay attention to details, and you can be fairly certain you found the right person.
Well, I found the Carlsons, Herman and Martha, living next to the Harleys, James and Catherine, on Reid Ave in Brooklyn on the 1930 U.S. Census. There was no doubt about the Carlsons being my Mom's family. However, between the ...
... I warned you it would not be as exciting as Route 66 but still a great day. We love this part of CA and the ocean so even if we do nothing, it is a good day for us.
(FYI - Been having some trouble with both phones - they don't ring - just go to voicemail. So if you call and that happens, please leave a message and we'll get back to you. Sprint couldn't figure it ...
... trail and it had no data to update, but it was fine once I start back on the motorway. I arrive at the quiet suburb of corona. And it is quiet. Like the streets from the wonder years. Nice gardens, well kept lawns. I find their house and knock but no one is home. Of course I had intended to text them upon my departure from the rental place but I just forgot. I message Damian and he says he's 10min away. So they appear very quickly. I get a warm welcome from Damian and Adriana but ...
... and managed to do some more celebrity spotting at the Farmers Market (that's where we saw Rigsby from the Mentalist Jen!) and was a favourite spot of ours...
Our next port of call was Santa Barbara a couple of hours up the coast, a sleepy laid back California town which we loved after the hectic buzz of LA ans where we walked down to the pier and along the waterfront and soaked up the coastal atmosphere. We also ...
... what to get to eat. We order a small meal for us all, and make our way out again, feeling a little less awkward than when we walked in.
Taking Hayvenhurst, we start seeing some nice houses - we're guessing that this is one of the more expensive areas nestled in the hills. Following signs, we get up to Mulholland Drive and turn left to head back towards Hollywood. We find out later that going right means Mulholland becomes a dirt road!