Travel Blogs from Los Angeles
... over the previous weeks and it was clear we had arrived "back in civilisation".
The Sat Nav was kind although very prescriptive. We finally got to "Balboa RV Resort" on Balboa Boulevard (although the Sat Nav insisted on calling it "Balbo-ay"). It was an unusual little place, mainly populated by permanent residents.
Once sited we had a little walk about but turned in early because we wanted to drive to Universal Studios early, for a day of movie orientated thrills.
... that I was never going to take. Woohoo.
Then it was back to the airport and away to the southern hemisphere.
Overall, I found LA a great place to spend a day. The architecture was surprising and varied. There were a million interesting things to see. And, although the car clearly does rule the roost and there was boredom and concrete in between the interesting stuff, I won't be at all upset the next time I have to fill in a day there.
... was supposed to. This wouldn't have been possible if I didn't have Global Entry. Once I arrived in Vegas, I got my car from the Hard Rock Hotel Parking Garage and headed home.
Overall, I really enjoyed this trip. I got to visit 3 different countries, fly the A380 twice, and log my first ever around the world trip. I'm not bummed that the trip is over because I simply look forward to my next adventure, wherever and whenever that may be. Until next ...
After many months of planning and preparing, we are finally off on our adventure! After a couple of days at the Bahia in San Diego (where we got married) We hopped up to L.A. On a short flight, and are staying here at John's. So nice for him ...
... as we sat on a bench feeling the warmth of the sun on us. Around 3pm, we made our way back towards town, crossing the road bridge leading to the grassy area of the esplanade. We were amazed to see cars still queuing up to get into the car park. We were also amazed to see the huge amount of homeless people dossing around on the grass and benches. The US cetainly has a great problem with this. When we reached Ye Olde Duke of York, an English Pub, ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed