Travelodge Pasadena Central
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... turns out that there are seven (7) of these peacocks live in the neighborhood just as turkeys live in our yard back home. We called the guy where we were staying letting him know we were in town and headed out to a local pub for food and refreshments, when we got back we got our room and settled in for the night, no partying for New Years Eve as we had a early morning to get to the parade route by 8.
The owner of the place we were ...
... walking around the dirty city as much as we thought.
Seems that whenever we pull out the Uno cards, the waiter or waitress comments on how they have fond memories of playing that game with their family. Our old deck is really showing its age now.
The Hollywood Museum was right next door to Mel’s, and we wanted to pay a visit, but they were closed on Tuesdays. We may try again tomorrow.
After lunch, we headed to pick ...
... most people do not have grass in their front yard! Apparently the water is so scarce that only people who want to pay for the grass have it because water is so expensive. Just another thing that we take for granted back home.
We drove another hour towards our hotel for the night in Pasadena. We arrived pretty late, and we were really tired at that point. We typically get tired around 3 P.M. and 10 P.M., but we arrived safely again and slept in ...
... to be honest it pretty much flew past (pardon the intentional pun). The food was pretty good, but as always, there wasn't enough of it. Dinner was a chicken fillet type affair with veggies and brekkie was scrambled eggs and some bacon and we all know bacon is good.
We landed without flames and got through the whole customs and immigration process pretty quickly, then headed for the domestic terminal. ...
... up being nearly an hour and a half, and I got a view over the Dodgers' stadium to boot. Changed, checked out and with luggage left at the Amtrak station, I walked through Grand Park, which follows the American tradition of literal naming in being definitely a park. It was busier than it had been when I ran through-with a sudden deviation of the "ooh! park!" kind-in the morning, people enjoying the sun and the view of city hall on a beautiful ...