We moved out of the WorldMark Suites at around 9:00am and moved into the Hilton Garden Inn across the road from the Qantas Freight area at LAX.
Stayed for the morning then off to the Westfield at Culver City where we shopped and had lunch.
Then back to the hotel in the afternoon and evening. We were lucky enough to arrive early enough for breakfast.
Left LAX around 10:30pm on Saturday. The flight was 14.5 hours and then we landed in Melbourne. Got two movies in, St Vincent, and Hot Pursuit. The second one was a popcorn movie – my classification, derived from the assumption that you could eat popcorn all the way through, even crunching over dialogue, and it would not detract from the conversation on screen. Good fun, not very credible but it was entertaining. The other was terrific with Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy, also Naomi Watts was enjoyable as a grumpy Russian prostitute. In fact it had a surprising, high quality cast, and I would recommend it.
All good fun. Business Class is fun too. See you all soon. Boarding in two minutes. Catch ya out west.
Yesterday we sat around and read, slept, packed, blogged, watched TV and a DVD – “Duff” – fun movie. The other movie we watched was Kingsman which started well and turned into gratuitous violence and it was just so silly. The gadgets were cool though. And the cast was terrific.
So today we have checked out of the Wyndham Resort and have moved across town to another room across the road from the LAX airport – from where we fly at 22:30 tonight. So we are indulging in some R & R just killing time.
We went to Westfield at Culver City today and did some last minute shopping. There were sales on everywhere – oh joy. I think I have bought enough clothes for the next 5 years. Very pleasing.
So we leave tonight and head home and I suspect that will be the end of my blog. I will add to this next time I go away and also in reminiscing about trips I have made in the past. Stay tuned or not. If you follow this blog I expect you will get an email next time I post.
So looking forward to coming home. I have missed my dad and my furries and the chooks and the garden. Sigh.