Super 8 Motel Los Angeles Downtown
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Includes free wifi and continental breakfast.
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After a crazy Friday night of packing and clearing our home we arrived at Heathrow Airport just in time for a shower and one hours sleep before our 11 hour flight into LAX. Thankfully flight was nice and comfortable allowing us to finally sit back and relax, with great choice of entertainment and yummy food and drink.... The excitement was building …
... architecture. Add wine. Now surround it with beautiful mountains, rolling valleys and miles of beautiful beach. That pretty much sums it up.
After arriving back in Los Angeles, we drop off our car, then take the midnight flight back to Miami, arriving at the ungodly hour of 8:15 in the morning of Day 60, to the delight of Destiny, our black and white cat. We are now getting used to long holidays, and the urge to see the rest of the world only ...
... his own about life) so hope it is good for someone special. No CD player in the car - stay tuned! Turned out 10 others doing the same thing so praying we got the one guy who is ridgy didge) - did the tourist thing had a ball! Entourage scope out - visited Vince and Arie's house :) Carnies - best hot dog in a tram! So cool. Griffith Observatory/ Hollywood sign - packed and great! ...
... was his livelihood! In the train on one of the bicycles mentioned above, he had his own sound system shaped for his bike carrier - and he played in loud on the train!!! Awesome!!
* People struggling to survive - it's like there's nothing to hide - people are struggling and it's there for everyone to see and engage with. A minimum wage that isn't a living wage explains why Americans live on tips - now I get why it's so important - yet ...
... today (especially Max; he really wanted to see one). The terrain looked promising, but we unfortunately did not spot any of the large cactus plants (they must have migrated south for the winter:). However, we did get to see some cool trees of Joshua Tree National Park and those were pretty neat.
That reminds me of one of my favorite moments of the day. While on the lonely road, about to drive north of Joshua Tree, I ...