Comfort Inn and Suites near Universal Studios
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... Chinese Theatre, where Hollywood movies have their premieres. As a last minute thing, we decided to go and see a film there to tick that off the list! As we headed into the cinema, we were lucky enough to grab a glimpse of Nicholas Cage at the premier to his new movie, The Runner (not name dropping at all!). After a good nights rest, we got up early to go and see the Hollywood sign. The sign is actually privately owned and is locked away, so it is not possible to get ...
... we will also have moments to observe their behavior, and learn about each animal's individual personality traits. And our work supports the efforts of this facility and organization, to protect and rehabilitate the animals.
Volunteers pay a fee to work here, and the money goes to financially support the facility's infrastructure and supplies. We are also bringing a suitcase full of items shown ...
... as I guess I was a
I got an uber to the airport, which was mostly fine until he tried to give me flying advice. I told him I was an anxious flyer to which he responded, “I can be sometimes, I just think how can this piece of metal fly in the sky and not crash” The dude should stick to uber driving rather than pep talks. n the ...
... embroidered on his ****** WTF.
All aboard VA flight to Sydney and we had secured seats up the back of the plane once again. So much more room back here, whilst everyone tries to get up as close to the front as possible and then fight for overhead locker space. other trick is to be obese and then they will sit you u the back on your own, which can be good unless you are too fat to turn around or fit in behind the seats in front.
... back in for our flight to Auckland then we headed out into the city. The man at passport control had said it would be way too boring to wait at the airport all day so he suggested we catch a bus to Santa Monica beach. The bus took about half an hour to get there & I got some good views of LA while Brook had a snooze. The bus dropped us off and another passenger heard me asking about shopping areas, so she suggested one near by. Brook and I headed off to have a look at the ...