Americas Best Value Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
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After three full on days at Disneyland, we had a leisurely start to the day. We headed west from Anaheim to Long Beach to check on the RMS Queen Mary, the retired ocean liner that is now permanently docked at Long Beach. But before we went onboard, we checked out the retired Russian submarine moored alongside. On the outside, she looked a little like a 'rust bucket' but inside held a wealth ...
The state of California actually has a bigger population than all of Canada and is the third largest state in land mass - the first being Alaska and second, Texas. Los Angeles doesn't actually have a NFL football team, which is interesting, considering American Football is basically the national sport. They don't have a team because they don't have a stadium big enough and there is not enough demand to build a new one. California does, like Wellington, have ...
... over the park momentarily before they close and you are shot up and down once again. We ended up going on this twice. That stomach-lurching feeling was definitely there, and you had to hold on to all your stuff tight or it'd float in front of you on the way down.
We then went on the "Grizzly River Run", a water ride, hooray! I planned for this though, I dressed accordingly and wore quick-drying clothes. This was a whitewater rafting sort of one, so we got ...
... the bear tooth. Lorde came on their radio! And it was nice to hang out in sympathy with some people so close to their roots. The women we met of Navajo were all pretty cool, industrious and dignified, a week later we were wary of the men. America has been very good to us and shown us a new level of giving, this culturaly ingrained charitability is one of the things that make America great, and we were happy to join in especially here in the obviously poverty stricken substates ...
... speaking country!". Seeing Mum again was amazing and I revelled in having my first home-cooked meal in four months (and it wasn't noodle soup - what a luxury!). On the whole, I settled back into Western civilisation fairly seamlessly although the excessive consumerism considered as normal troubled me and we did have to remove the bin from the bathroom to retrain me to flush the paper! America is unusual in that the most basic everyday tasks are exciting ...