Ayres Inn Orange
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Orange
... to sleep. My nickname for the place was "The Hovel" ;-) So once I was in my 1970's room/hovel, I decided to spend the afternoon at the outlet stores, in order to buy some presents ;-) Just a 15 minute drive to Outlets at Orange (Orange County). These are like our shopping centres/ malls, but rather than being like a Westfield, where the stores are all inside a larger complex, you walk outside from store to store. So I guess it's a traditional ...
We drove to the LAX airport at noon and got in line to check our bag. We decided to check all of our bags, which we never do, because it was free. We left carrying one backpack each and made it through security. We made a quick purchase at the airport then made our way to the gate. The first flight was 10 hours, so we were prepared to get comfortable. I was lucky because I was seated next to a very bold woman who I ...
... the curved slide phenomenon. Oversteering (OverSteer), also known as "drift", the situation is the opposite with understeer, rear lane from the original slide to bend, but pay attention to the figure of the car has front wheel hit the opposite direction in order to eliminate this phenomenon. Unprepossessing, all kinds of high and low thickness (color) spring, is the dominant body height above ground, tilting degree and ride comfort of the important parts. Forward weight ...
... just outside of Orlando and popped to Walmart too so that we had a few basics. The villa is fine, It has a washing machine, a dishwasher etc so is perfect for what we needed!!
After this we were knackered so we chilled out and tried to plan where and what we were going to do for the next 2 weeks!!
Bring on Disney, Universal and ...
... sets on a little tram car and then into costume and prop rooms. They have over 4,500 props, all catalogued, lots of them coming from England and the Continent.
There are literally thousands of palm trees which are not native to here - they were planted in the 30's an 40's in the hope of making it look like a beach resort.