Ayres Hotel Seal Beach
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So only four days to go and today was LA. We'd been preparing ourselves for this ride for some time, to the extent that we hadn't really considered the other possible destinations and attractions of Southern Cal. Thankfully, the first 15+ miles were a lot easier than we first imagined with most of it on bike paths and Gary, who has a scary knowledge of LA bike routes (pronounced rowts), reassured us that the overall ride wouldn't be too bad. Music to our ears. With ...
... were about 68 people including the moms and the chaperons and everyone got a number so it was easy to see if everyone was there. We also did a little introduction round saying your name, your age and where you are from. There were lots of Canadians and americans, one Aussie girl, Brooke from London, Gioia originally from Italy and moi. We all got a bright green Hollywood summer tour vest (tank top) and a little beach/ gym bag. When we walked outside there was a choice: in the big ...
Well here we are in Seal Beach. We got a great site to live in temporarily until another spot opens up that we like better. We thought about making one more stop in the Barstow, Ca area for one more night, but the weather is supposed to go bad in that area tonight and tomorrow so we decided to skip it and head to our new home for the next couple of years. We've already met quite a few folks in the campground and everyone from the gate guards to all the folks in ...
... passports away and with our cruise cards in hand, and proceeded to the boarding area … only it wasn’t a boarding area. It was full blown security. I had to throw the water out in my bottle - something I’ve never done before when boarding a ship.
After the normal screening process, we were directed to a table to log in our wine … Judy and Phil had two bottles and we carried on another two bottles for them. The Princess crew there ...
Immigration inspection at 6:30am today in LA. Typically this is an insanely long process with lots of waiting, but this inspection was the fastest I've ever gone through! We got our passports right away and a few minutes later, we were on deck 7 with a short wait for the gangway go-ahead, and Lily* and I were 3rd and 4th in the immigration line. We were quickly back on the ship and grabbed some brekkie together and went to check the tour book to see if we could sign ...