The Regency Inn & Suites, Downey
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... hostel, we drove through Hollywood and saw the stars on the sidewalk, the Chinese Theatre and saw the famous Hollywood sign.
On our return, we had a team meeting to refocus on rugby. The lads identified what they were doing well and what we needed to work on. Then it was some laundry time... The staff were amused as some of the lads battled with the complexity of a washing machine!
Tomorrow - Knotts Berry ...
... the harbour. It was very quiet down by the harbour, there were lots of restaurants, bike hire & few shops. We had lunch in an Irish pub called Shana****ns had a really nice chicken burger. Had a walk after lunch & saw the Queen Mary & a cruise ship docked across the water. We didn't have time to go round & have a look at them. We got a the two trains back & then waked back to the ...
... to get at it, I ask why they need it (surely it is clear we are over 21?) They tell us it is just their policy and I'm too hot and bothered to argue, we just leave- how silly is that? Perhaps I should be flattered?
Anyway, we enjoy the rest of what Universal has to offer and head back into Hollywood. We decide to go on a tour to see some celebrity houses, but mainly to get up closer to the Hollywood sign. The tour is cheap (half the advertised price) since it's late in the ...
... Center, etc. I wish we had more time.
The two routes weren't bad and again these tours are a good way to get a quick look at the city and give you an idea what to see and what to come back for. The Red route with its 2hrs next bus time is a good way of getting around also.
I finished around 6.30 pm to have dinner I went back to my hotel and had a royal it is a pasta dish it was great it was about 8.30 so I went to ...
... singing their songs to us! He couldn't grasp that we wanted to go the Venice beach and instead kept saying "long beach? Metro". We eventually accepted defeat and got off where he was telling us to get the metro to long beach. As soon as we stepped off the bus we realised we'd made a mistake. This was clearly the renowned "ghetto" area of LA, with tramps everywhere, people shouting out of car windows at us - it probably didn't help that we were dressed for the beach! The road was ...