Ayres Inn Orange
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- 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 ...
... and showered, we were on our way to Burbank for the taping. The show is shot on the lot at the Warner Studios, so there is a little bit of a process to get into the show. We made it down there around 1:30pm and, after a pass through the metal detector and ID check, they gave us a number indicating our group number. We were also told to be back at the same location by 3:00pm, since this was just the check-in process. ...
... 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 ...
... I wanted to eat it and I liked how it tasted. But did I like how I felt? No. One day I was sat in my room trying to have a nap and I looked at my suitcase that was overflowing with clothes and things I'd bought, as well as the empty fast food containers and I had this fleeting thought, "am I turning into an American"? Of course not all Americans eat fast food and spend hundreds of dollars on designer clothes. But that's what's a lot of ...
... local bus ($1 each way) to Santa Monica which was about an hour away. It is a big tourist area as well as popular for locals. Walked around for a while, ate some rubbish and then sat on a bench on the pier listening to a busker. Dinner tonight is some Tuna Mornay purchased at a snack bar from a petrol station next to the hotel. Nothing like living the high ...