Arroyo Vista Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today, there was a little something for everyone... We started the day with a trip to an outlet shopping mall in Orange County. It became clear to me that Michael might've been a little bored when I found him, huddled against the outside wall of a cafe, deeply ensconced in his phone... I discovered that he'd worked out how to get the cafés free wifi without going in (and buying ...
... I found out on July 17, 1955, Walt Disney’s dream for a happy place for the young and the young-at-heart was realized when Disneyland Park opened. This theme park is the only one in the world to be designed and built under Walt Disney’s direct supervision.
In 1955, the Park opened with more than 20 attractions. Today, slightly more than half of these attractions are still around.
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... for a really quick shower.we put on our cute colourful dresses, did our hair, put on some make up and wore our flat shoes ( but not open shoes or sandals ) as they had very strict dress code at the sytycd live taping. There also weren't any phones or bigger bags allowed. Before hopping back on the bus Gioia and I scored some sort of lunch at the hotel shop where we ran into our fellow peers who all had the same idea. We got some ice cream, a bar and a ...
... began when our Korean Air flight touched down at thirty minutes past four o'clock in the afternoon. Either we were blessed with a strong head wind or Korean technology far exceeded ours as the flight lasted only ten hours! Incredible. As the plane taxied into the terminal we soaked up the aqua blue skies and puffy clouds. This was hardly Beijing, China or the Los Angeles of forty years past.
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Our first day in LA was packed full of things to do so we could try adjust to our new time zone. After getting dropped off at our hotel we wandered in search of a coffee which are so different from the ones made in Australia! We then went to a phone shop to set up my US number. After that we walked to the 24hr pharmacy across the road, then to Jamba Juice where the service was unbelievably friendly! (Tipping is a ...