Ayres Suites Diamond Bar
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Didn't do much today, just drove from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, about 5 hour drive through the ugliest landscape I have ever driven through. It is a really boring drive, the only thing that is really odd about it, every so often in the middle of nowhere there would all of a sudden be a big shopping centre, one time there was a ...
Well travelling is always an experience but the last forty eight hours certainly has lived up to that. First thing was to get from the hostel to the bus stop transferring me to the Starlight Express train which was to take me along the coast with spectacular views. Having got a taxi to reach the bus stop several blocks away I found the bus stopped at a number of stops including the one much nearer the hostel. Duff info ...
... for 3 hours, I am fingerprinted, photographed and interrogated, CRAZY!!! Then I have to dump my bag on a mysterious travellator which will deposit my bag to my connecting flight. Onto the security check. Take your shoes off, no liquids, place laptop, ipad, shoes in plastic thingy but not on top of each other. Then complete full body scan. Step through the scanning machine to be greeted by the friendly security guard (female, ...
So, 292 days of travelling round the
world through 16 different countries, what's it like? Well, to sum
up...it's amazing and better than we could have wished for and we
wouldn't change a thing! Then again, nothing is as ever as simple as
that and whilst we did love it and would totally recommend it, we
probably wouldn't do it like this again. Being on the go all the time
is definitely an experience worth having and I'm glad we had the
opportunity and ...
... a nice breakfast, walk or sit around, watch the dolphins fly, peoplewatch and go offshore when the ship docked. Before we know it, it's time for lunch, then dinner, and finally the nightly show. We ended each day by sitting in one of the lounges for a drink listening to some music before finally retiring to our cabin. Our days were filled yet there was no rush or pressure. It was a vacation in the real sense.