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... talking about, then riding one of his 90 bikes, a 1936 Harley Davidson Knucklehead.
Refreshed and ready for more, we continue west on Mulholland Highway, then turn south on Latigo Canyon Road, another super-twisty two-lane road. Latigo Canyon Road takes us to Highway 1, also known as the Pacific Coast Highway.
Next stop, Malibu. Or, as they call it locally, “The Boo.” We don’t ...
... blades, but they weren't attached to his feet. Looked incredibly difficult, but he was a pro. We then wandered down to the beachfront walk with all its shops, bars and restaurants and...its freaks. All sorts of crazy. An eye opener for us, but interesting. We then walked back up to the beach walk, a broad cement path that cuts right through the sand. People walking, riding and skating along. It was a nice way to spend the day. We ...
Universal Studios is not for the faint of heart. It has thrills, chills, and everything in between. Not to mention, a BUNCH of freaking people. It was superbly packed today and dare I say, chilly. So glad I had my gloves and UGA toboggan. The studio tour was awesome, as was Jurassic Park and The Mummy. However, I have discovered that after an entire day of "virtual" rides, I am an old school girl. I'd much rather be upside down for reals, than ...
... and a separate lane for the joggers/walkers too. It was like being on your own road & keeping to the right of course and doing our own speeds and taking over at will. We saw two dogs out for walkies, pulling his master along on his skateboard. Pitt stop required as the sun had taken its toll and the dry lips indicating a water stop was next. Midway was a lovely tavern catering for all needs, with a little shaded posh area, bench and table area or a sandy beach ...
... trunk) of the car, we decided it would cost more without the car that with for the remaining days, as our plan is to sleep in the car. When John came back from speaking to the sales person, Hania was crawling around the back seat looking puzzled. Ths was due to 2 things: it now appeared that we rented a car that doesn't have foldable rear seats and Hania locked the key in the boot with all the belongings. After a further 45 mnutes wait, a spare key was found as ...