Ayres Hotel Seal Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Well a week after my first entry and I'm finally updating this blog! As I write this I'm sat in a hotel overlooking a busy street in the beautiful San Francisco which is filled to bursting with visitors for Pride Weekend, but more on that in a later post! I thought it'd be best to wait until I'd moved on so that I could do an overview of the whole week... and what a week it was! I got to meet Lauren and Kyle, friends I'd made through the ...
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 ...
Jen wanted to take us to something "very LA" which I was all about especially when I found out we would be going to a taping of the Conan O'Brien show.
Maybe it is because I have lived in Chicago most of my life, but knowing I would be in the same place with a celebrity excites me like a little kid on Christmas. So I rocked my cutest outfit that I packed just in case I would have a chance to get my photo with a celeb (which ...
... and booked it through the crowd. We had heard that the two big haunted mazes-- The Walking Dead and Black Sabbath-- would get very crowded very fast, so we knew we needed to get there first. After some chaos and running and trying not to get run over, we made it to the very first bus that took us out to the mazes.
The moment they let us into the maze area of the park, they shot off huge clouds of dry ice and zombies were instantly at us. Shrieking, Amanda ...
"I'm on a boat" [Lonely Island, 2009]
While the rest of the guys road-tripped down the West coast, I got a night bus to Long Beach. On the map it looked like the bus stop was pretty close to the Catalina Express ferry. It wasn't. You need a car to do anything in LA or surrounding areas.
Anyways, it was worth it to get to Santa Catalina island. I stayed on a boat with my final set of ...