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... club, where for $US10 we saw some downright hilarious comedy from amateur comedians. We followed it up with a visit to the Hollywood wax museum, ripley's believe it or not museum and the museum of Guinness world records. All of them were great, and we finished up around midnight. The next day we all drove up to Santa Barbara, for a concert by the band chromeo. I had never heard of them, but was surprised at how much I liked them. It was held outdoors in an ...
... while we all
watched Chris play in the final championship game of the Ivy League
Dinner was Del Taco. Much like their
competitor Taco Bell but they had a really cheap menu you could order
from which is great when everything is new and you don't know what
anything tastes like. For example a regular taco is 59 cents, a
chicken roller is $1, a mini bacon quesadilla is 79 cents. For
feeding a family that's great and ...
... 3 and half hours and by the end was catching waves more often than being dragged under them. Our time in San Diego went by too quickly but we were so happy to be able to catch up with so many friends - thank you all for coming out to visit.
04.12.15: we headed north to Hollywood!!! B) In Los Angeles we had the pleasure of staying with another good friend Lee, who has the comfiest couch. I had the great pleasure of falling asleep each night to Mark and Lee watching ...
... ride the waves which are huge. After lunch we took a drive up the coast past Billionaire's beach. Porsches seen : 43. Stars spotted: 1 (Patsy Palmer aka Bianca from Eastender) not quite 'A list' said Jon....Dinner at Coogies and an early night playing catch up on zzzzz's.
... remembers the Beverly Hillbillys). Our parking ran out at 2 o'clock, so since the Huntington Library and garden were free on PD ( or so I thought) we headed off to Beverly Hill to visit. We drove through the film sets of countless American films. The slum areas of LA, to the lush lawns and large avenues of west Hollywood and Pasadena. To the north of all this luxury sat the 400 acres that makes up the Huntington estate garden and the huge colonial style house which holds the ...