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... swing down the most expensive retail and iconic shopping street in USA...Rodeo Drive, Baby! We did a quick run past all the lucrative shops with their 'basic' yet glitzy shop-front windows before heading up to the Hollywood Hills via Mulholland Drive. Passing more 'swank' houses, which at least had some views over greater Los Angeles, we arrived at the lookout to photograph the 'Hollywood' sign! You cannot get up to the actual sign anymore due to graffiti and 'suicides' - the ...
... as I've mentioned we are off on the start of our road trip tomorrow. We have no idea where we are going, who we will be meeting, where we will be staying or anything that you'd need to know in case we went missing off the face of the earth. So if in the rare instance this does happen check The Cheesecake Factories along the west coast first and if that fails we might be in a food coma in a nearby hostel, motel or B&B.
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... by a walk to Santa Monica Pier which was familiar to some junior members of the team from GTA. Some watched a film crew trail a 'celebrity' around the funfair stalls, some looked for sweets and candy floss, some walked to the end of the pier, some watched the marvellous sunset and posed for photos and the brave took Lawrence on a roller coaster ride of his life! A wonderful close on another exceedingly perfect day and the end of Dan's holiday as he now needs to leave for ...
As we had the seats by the door we were first off the plane and boy was it good to be able to stretch our legs albeit for a hundred metres or so. We got to immigration and that's when things grind to a halt. We should never complain about immigration in Australia as here you get the third degree.
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... few stops in LA then began our drive to Vegas!!!! We made a few break stops along the way including our lunch stop and in and out burger ( the supposed gourmet fast food burger) it was alright, but I don't really see what the big fuss was about. It took roughly 4/5 hours to get to Vegas and once we arrived we piled into our hotel, the golden nugget. Safe to say this was way nicer that is expected to be staying in! The first night ...