Ayres Hotel Chino Hills
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Had a rough night, couldn't sleep. Bit of jet lag mixed with excitement I think.
Decided to get a ticket on one of the hop on, hop off buses that goes around LA.
I took the red line bus which took me through Sunset Strip & Beverley Hills. Then connected with the yellow line bus and headed down to ...
... way there.
We finally arrived at pacific park.
We walked through the gates and the view was amazing!
The first thing we went to was the game centre .
We played a few games of tub toss, the aim of the game was to get 3 balls in the tub without them bouncing out. at the start It was very difficult but I got the hang of it.
I had about 5 games and I finally got all the balls in the tub, I won my niece a ...
... parents mentioned several times that he needed to make sure that he didn't get any blood on his currently clean clothes (especially as we didn't want to unpack to find a clean tee shirt).
So Los Angeles – is a tad warmer than where we have been for the last couple of months. After much delay our bags eventually surfaced and we got the shuttle to the hotel. One of the first things we noticed was how clean the cars are. Not ...
... see a brand new episode (one filmed the week before) which they had to shoot the final scene for. It was a pretty cool episode. Then they got into the one they were filming that night. It had James Earl Jones as a guest actor, as well as Carrie Fisher. Each scene had to be shot twice to make sure it was right, sometimes 3, or 4… as a certain CDO character with a supposed 'idetic memory' kept forgetting and adjusting lines…
It was exhausting ...
... re right. Not sure I've had better BBQ without sauce in my life. Outstanding!
After eating my fill, I headed north to Austin and the airport again. Made it through Security. They have this new thing I signed up for earlier. Can't remember the name, but it's the equivalent of an I-Pass on the tollway. Don't have to take off your shoes or jacket. Nice amenity to quicken your screening process.
Then I sat at a bar near my gate ...