Travel Blogs from Lomita
... on the sea doos is plenty and we saw a giant jelly fish. Here's the secret sauce on this excursion. If it's windy and rough in the morning it will be calmer in the afternoon and vice versa. You don't need to make reservations ahead of time if you can be flexible. Wait till you have a very calm ocean day.
The highlight of the trip was the snorkeling. You can join tours if you wish or go to lovers cove which has the highest ...
... time in and on in the next few days: Santa Monica Boulevard, Rodeo Drive, Hollywood Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard, a fleeting glimpse of the Hollywood sign. We were concerned that word had spread that we were in town when we got outside the Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard: scores of people were lining the streets, there were sheriff cars and security around. People were waiting for some action. I told them all we'd be back to sign autographs in a couple of hours, I ...
... staying in down in Del Mar. It's later that evening that we realized why this wasn't the wisest choice for a family - but more on that later.
After unloading our car, we decided to immerse ourselves into the local culture and walk down the main boardwalk. Sam Jackson really wanted to see muscle beach. As it turns out, July 4th weekend is a popular time of year to be in Venice Beach, and the place was packed. As soon as our long walk ...
... the door. Coming out the door was Rod Stewart! He, of course, was immediately recognizable in yellow shoes and a bright orange shirt and his shock of blonde hair. (Can't remember what color pants he had on but he did have some on.) Because I do not believe in bothering celebrities, we walked past him into the lobby of the hotel. It is really quite lovely and we walked up the spiral staircase to view the lobby restaurant from above. Rod was sitting with some ...
... Anyway, the dances were very cool, if very rarely cheesy.
The next day, the 14, we flew to San Diego and was picked up at the airport by a car and taken to Aunt Abby's house in La Jolla. We met the housekeeper and Abby's jokingly called "boss", Louisa. There was a bit of an English-Spanish barrier, so she showed us the kitchen and went to bed. We broke a plate and cracked the honey, then went to bed. The next day we went to a breakfast place mentioned ...
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2364 Pacific Coast Highway, Lomita | Motelfrom $65