St. George Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... cool poop bag holders. Yep, you get excited about really strange things when dogs take over your lives. I found the dog beer a bit odd but, really, nothing surprises me in the realm of products for pooches these days. A nice start to our adventure, we went from this little shop into the tight space that was the Market. I say tight because it felt small in comparison to Granville Island. However, that is by far not a criticism but a compliment. I loved the energy ...
... Dick's and now mine. Dick has known Marty and Nancy, Marty's daughter, since the mid1960's when he and two high school buddies drove out to California in a 1965 Corvair. Will try to make a long story short and will probably fail miserably! The three boys camped at Leo Carrillo State Park near Malibu in a ratty old tent and sleeping bags across from a fancy trailer where Marty and her family and Bonnie, a neighbor of Marty's, and her family were camping. Anyway, ...
... Hills! We also take a spin down Rodeo Drive to do a bit of window shopping.
We terminate our drive on the Pacific Highway at Santa Monica, where we park (at a meter of course) and wander this charming neigbourhood, before making our way back to LAX to drop off our car and check in for the 15-hour flight to ...
... tally that is recorded on their computer did not correspond with the manual counting total. They had to unload all luggage from under the plane and recount them all. Apparently will take about 40 mins. We finally get the ok and take off at 12:40pm (like we needed to be on the plane any longer than we were already going to be). The flight was to take 14 hours and I had long forgotten hard hard it can be to fly for that long. ...
... a dog's leg corner and laid out on the floor for a fairly decent sleep, out of sight of most people. I'm lucky I can sleep on hard surfaces - thanks to years of yoga relaxation exercises.
Filled in some time up in a posh new bar, sipping on a red wine and pretending I would later buy some food - only so I could use their wifi and power point.