Venice Beach Eco Cottages
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- Pets allowed
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... time to think about what I've just done and in a short trip NYC to LA I jot down some thoughts in reflection.
Reflection: I Rode just under 7000 miles.
Visited 34 fire Stations And
Rode through a total of ...
... some classic pretentious type LA folks sitting next to us who spoke in the type of accent heard in many of those reality TV shows which was a novel experience.
After lunch we carried on up to her house which was a very nice spot up on the hill in a cool house in a very tame neighbourhood. We stayed up here for a while and soaked up the great California weather and chatted to Kate and her husband Wayne for a while.
We were pretty keen to try and ...
We got up early this morning, showered and packed up, and went down to the free continental breakfast in the hotel lobby.
Stayed at a few of these Super 8 Motels the last time we were over here Doing Route 66). They are clean, comfortable and provide free, reliable free wifi and a continental breakfast. Their pricing is very reasonable too.
The bus stop for route 704 to Union Station was just over the road. We didn't have to wait long for one to come along, ...
... walked up Hollywood hills to the Griffith Observatory, which was a very steep hike uphill. It was worth it though as we got some good views of the Hollywood sign as well as the city in a panorama. Being back in LA was good as it was a massive change to most of the places we've been to so far, and the difference between countries is obvious. Jenni enjoyed seeing all of the sights and we even got the red carpet treatment (walked across a red carpet ...
This morning we were up reasonably early, so that we could continue our four day run of LA sight-seeing with our trip to Universal Studios. After taking the two-stop train ride up town to Universal (yes, it's actually a suburb), we found the necessary tram to take us up the giant hill to the studios.
Now especially exciting is the fact we purchased VIP tickets, meaning when we arrived, we were given special VIP lanyards and escorted to the waiting area were we ...