Super 8 Motel Los Angeles Downtown
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Our day started early this morning with our alarm going off at 6am. We got up and packed up our cases for the last time, checked out of our hotel and went to check into our flight. Mexico airport is one of the *********es we've been at to find your way around so checking in took us awhile. We had a slightly bumpy 3.5hour flight to LA, landing about at about 12pm. Once we landed we had to collect our bags and clear customs, so far so good for Brook's cigars! We were able to check our ...
After a busy few days in Vegas we waited in the centurion lounge at las vegas airport for our flight to LAX. Our Amex Plat card to the rescue again! We flew into LA quite low on energy and so we were glad that our hotel for that night was a few blocks from the airport. After initially planning on driving around Hollywood in our last night in the states, we made the fatal error of resting after we checked in. ...
... the amenities you need for a short stay. A short(ish) walk to rodeo drive, the location is quiet and convenient. After a quick refresh we walked a few blocks and grabbed our first Starbucks, a nice refreshing bevy after walking in the sun, much to Damian's delight. It's been a few months in between Starbucks! We spent some time wandering the palm tree lined rodeo drive taking in the [glam] sights and made my first holiday purchase at Tiffany's. Before heading back to the ...
... And, the views of LA are spectacular...even smoggy LA looked great from that vista.
Back to Marty's for a short 15 minute rest and then, to spend more time with Marty.
Dinner was fun! We met with Allison and Scott Ivers at Areal in Santa Monica! Their parents are great friends of ours in Cincinnati. And, Scott and Allison are the same age and friends of our kids, Erin and Kim. So, all four of us stay in touch with each other. We had great ...
... This was busy, even though it was nearly 2pm as families enjoyed a Sunday lunch/late breakfast. Peter had the scrambled eggs while Fletcher tried the teriyaki chicken and I had an enormous but very tasty Chicken roll.
Well sated, Peter drove us to Cottage Grove, not far from Eugene. This is an historic part of Oregon having been settled in the 1880s by pioneers coming across the continent in covered waggons. We got a brochure from the ...