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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... before our flight to Lima. We had booked an overnight flight from LAX to Lima which left at 12.15 at night. Kate dropped us off at the airport which was awesome as it saved us a lot of stress of trying to negotiate LA at night.
That concluded our visit to LA. Our first impressions were definitely not good but I defiantly felt better about the place after visiting some of the beach suburbs. It is very full on and busy but very fascinating and well worth a ...
We left Las Vegas at 0750. It was so nice to have a later start. Liz and I are quite tired, especially after going out last night. It was a long day although it was lovely looking around the old part of Vegas and watching the shows but we were really ready for our beds. This morning we are travelling to LA, we will be leaving this coach and hopefully picking up another one with another tour guide to spend the next three days competing our 11 day ...
The flight over was pretty decent, managed to get a few hours of sleep! It's now 7.34pm in Los Angeles and the hostel that I'm in is okay, but the area around it isn't so nice.. So far I have met two people, one guy that is from England and another from Switzerland.. They seem lovely :) I have booked a tour into Hollywood tomorrow which should be good and then I have tomorrow night here before flying out to New York on Sunday morning, looking forward to being in New York ...
... Hills, Sunset Boulevard and the Walk of Fame. At sunset we drove to Venice Beach, a beach full of crazy hippies and skateboarders, where it smelled like weed. It was a day before Christmas, but with the sunshine and the beach it was difficult to feel like Christmas – at least we tried and painted a "Merry X-mas" in the sand. The same evening we left the city and were caught in a terrible traffic jam that would last until we left Los Angeles behind ...
... bus service. Not so much fun. Howeveeeer, the museum itself was really good and well worth the hassle. So what's the deal? I hope you're ready for teacher mode... Basically, that area of LA has a whole load of asphalt (tar stuff) under it's surface. Every now and again, some of it seeps up (this still happens - that's what the yellow cones in the pictures are all about) and if a lot of it seeps up it creates a tar pit. The pits only tend to be a couple of ...