Knights Inn Woodland Hills
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... the people who live in these homes actually go to work. There is no "town" as such or apparent nearby industry. It was only an hour or so down the track when we did come through a larger settlement, with what looked like a gas plant on the edge of town. Might answer my previous question. While we were waiting at One of the towns in New Mexico a group came on called the Rail & Trails team. They set up a running commentary of the next phase of the ...
... all day, everyday. Apparently LA had a rail system at one time but it was bought up by car manufacturers which figured it wasn't in their interest to keep running these and decided to pull them all up. Now what is left is a huge city with massive traffic and pollution problems. Unfortunately most of the world isn't much better.
We pulled into the museum and it was a great sunny, hot day. The parking cost us $10 which I was pretty outraged about. We ...
What a fantastic welcome home! Beth & Terry greeted me at the airport with balloons, flowers a welcome home sign and their smiling faces. Of course it brought tears of happiness to my eyes. Sonia's daughter, Patty, was there as well and after we gathered all of our baggage ...
Ursprünglich wollte wir noch einmal zum Westteil des Grand Canyons, wo man über den Skywalk, einen schwebendem Weg über dem Abgrund des Canyons, gehen kann. Das Wetter dafür war auch perfekt, wir hatten herrlichsten Sonnenschein. Als wir ankamen, stellten wir aber nicht nur fest, dass wir in einer Touristenhochburg angekommen waren, sondern auch, dass wir 50 USD für den Skywalk bezahlen sollten. Das war uns dann doch zu blöd, so dass wir ungetaner Dinge ...
... for LA, I was still cheering when Dante Exum of the Jazz got the ball (I am still an Aussie after all). The clippers won in the end, and after trying to work out some of the extra rules that they have in the NBA that they don't in the NBL, we left the building extremely tired.
When we got back to our apartment (after walking down the street with all our Disney loot), it was pretty much bed time as soon as we could lie down. Peace out from LA xoxo.