Beachwood Canyon Retreat
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... Market, Angels Flight Railway, the stunning Bradbury Building atrium famous from Blade Runner and had a restorative cup of tea in the very fancy Biltmore Hotel.
As we left we bumped into a film crew in Pershing Square, shooting a fight scene for a Chinese film and chatted to a couple of ...
... Americans is just so wonderful. Defiantly made my first day of being in there country much more comforting. as I payed and said my goodbyes I stepped out of the taxi and looked up at the place that I would be staying for 4 days, it was a classic hotel, one you see in movies, it was intriguing but not exciting but it will do its job for my stay. Once I checked in, I went up to my room, plonked my bags on my bed had a shower, freshened up and got ready for ...
... got a coffee from a cafe and walked around. I explored the shops and then returned to the street. I picked up some lunch and snacks and walked
back to the hostel. Here i used the WiFi, read and relaxed. I ate an early lunch and then collected my bags and left the hostel.
From the hostel i walked to the bus stop. While waiting for the bus to the airport i could hear cheering from a ...
... Waikiki and sat on my balcony enjoying the view until my 6:30pm dinner reservation at the Hula Grill. Once again, for the second time in a row, the Hula Grill screwed up my reservation. My last trip they lost the reservation and this time they had me down as a party of 4 even though I clearly stated one person when I made the booking over the phone. However, it all worked out and I got my table on the rail that I requested. For a cocktail I got the Pau Hana POG, then I had ...
Left home early at 7:20am for the hour long drive to Disneyland and another taste of mad freeway driving, even though it was early there was still a fair bit traffic but still managed to get to Disneyland at 8:20 into the massive multi-level car park called Mickey and Friends. Each level is named after a Disney character (6 levels) and you are encouraged to write down which row and area you are in on your parking receipt. You're then transported by shuttle ...
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