Royal Inn Motel Long Beach
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... is printed on a big canvas banner to the side. There are porthole-shaped picture frames containing images of a yellow school bus, a yellow submarine, bison, boats in a harbour, fish underwater and fireworks. And that’s all I can make out. There’s metallic orange pumpkin on the counter which either has an aged effect added to it, or is dirty from gathering dust ...
Drove the last part of the trip on Route 66. Down the road that was damaged by the San Andreas Fault. A lot of Mexican road names and town. Spanish is the second language here, Some of the towns we went through San Bernardino, Cajon Summit, San Dimas, La Verne, ...
... it was time to head to the museum.
The museum was quite big and I couldn't wait to explore everything. The first exhibit was the new dinosaur hall.The Dinosaur Hall was one of the most extraordinary dinosaur exhibits I had ever seen, apparently it is the premier dinosaur experience in the western United States. Inside were more than 300 real fossils, and 20 complete dinosaurs and ancient sea creatures.
... the dot, as they would have been back in her heyday. Our waiter for the evening was the very talkative Robert, a real character with some great tales to tell, in the manner that only an American can. As expected the food was very good indeed, and not as expensive as we thought it might have been. To finish it all off we headed for the Art Deco, and completely original, Observation Bar for a little snifter before retiring to our cabin. ...
... from all the major sites, including Hollywood Bowl and the Chinese Theatre and Hollywood walks of fame. It was only about a 5 hr drive to LA from Las Vegas, but one notable new sight stands out from when we were here in 2011, and that is the Ivanpah solar power facility off interstate 15 in Mohave desert, commissioned in 2013/14 at a cost do $2.2 billion. This is a solar thermal power project with apparently 173,000 heliostats, focusing solar energy on boilers located on three central ...