Rodeway Inn Near LA Live
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... and slept there can take pictures of themselves with a cartoon body, while that cartoon body splits peas with an axe! Those pea soup people sure love their peas! While I didn't eat at the restaurant, I still did the tourist thing and had my picture taken in this gizmo.
Then we were off to continue our trip up to Paso Robles.
At some point along the trip we entered the San Joachim valley, which is an agricultural ...
... and to airport next day. It seems that public transport is not very convenient or easy from where we were located and I didn't fancy a trip into some gang-banger neighbourhood. Freddies Lincoln town cars (think of Grandads Limo service) to the rescue, so we got to not only see, but ride in a yank-tank. :) Memories of the 60 Pontiac Laurentian I had many years ago.
The journey to Staples took 1.5hrs due to traffic and Freddie dropped us off down the road and ...
... in 220 theaters around the U.S on Valentine's weekend, (the same weekend Fifty Shades of Grey is opening) I hope it does well. There was also a panel discussion with the cast of the movie afterward which was really cool. The Church we watched the movie at was spectacular! It was an a hill overlooking the city. I think we go back during the day sometimes for classes, so I'll be sure to get some pictures. We got back late and went ...
... in Santa Monica. We did burgers on the old Pier and walked to Venice Beach, which is rather disappointing nowadays. All Tshirts and weed shops. Yep medicinal marijuana has hit town. All a bit seedy, but you can get a script, or medical certificate.... anyway, my (nowadays!!) very clean living husband developed a headache from inhaling ...
... community of Chileans and other Latin Americans (mostly Mexicans) that get together every year for the purpose of celebrating the Chile´s Independence Day. Thus, we had a chance to see many Chilean flags, try some traditional Chilean dishes and watch their traditional dance called “cueca”. Even though Gonzalo ´s family was complaining about the food as well as the origin of most of the participants (because they weren´t actually Chileans) we found that the place ...