Super 8 Los Angeles / Culver City Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... s forecourt so we were there for some time seeking out our favourite stars’ hand and footprints. There are variations of this honoured tradition dotted around such as the imprints of the eyeglasses of Harold Lloyd; the cigar of Groucho Marx; the wands used by Harry Potter stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint; the facial profile of John Barrymore (reflecting his nickname "The Great Profile"); the legs of Betty Grable; Western stars William S. ...
... escorted from the line (most likely out the park) as one of the members had challenged a staff member after going to the toilet and trying to rejoin the line. She tried to resist but realised it was futile and eventually went quietly. They take it very seriously.
The kids were getting very cold now so we parked them in a warm cafe where ...
... made, and yes I appeared in the background - so keep your eyes peeled. Current was strong so didn't stay in too long - plus water was freezing. We grabbed some deep fried Oreos, another Oreo shake, an a carry-on suitcase for myself so I can fit my gifts in the bag!
My suitcase is larger then Carols, and she didn't even need to buy an extra case like me. Who says girls take so much away. I went away with a half packed extra ...
... the centre. When we eventually found our door (we got the cheaper seats, so we had to go up a level to reach the correct door), we walked in and were the front row in our section behind a glass panel - perfect for taking photos :).
The teams that were playing were the Los Angeles Clippers, and the Utah Jazz. Now getting into the feel of the game, I decked myself out with a new Clippers shirt as well as a foam finger. And even though I ...
... which would have been interesting, but by far my favourite person so far has been The Intermittent Dancer. He was spectacular. You could tell he was really, reaaaally, enjoying the music on his ipod. Every now and again he'd just bust out on random tiny dance move. Maybe a hand flick, foot shuffle or a hip dip. Then he started to gain confidence and stared to string them together. But then he'd stop. I sat waiting with baited breath, c'mon dude! Bust it ...