BEST WESTERN PLUS Posada Royale Hotel & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Posada Royale Hotel & Suites Simi Valley
I've got to quit being surprised by the comfort, quiet, friendly, well appointed BW hotels. This one was as good as they come. The front desk (Erin) was exceptional...wine and cheese upon arrival...what's not to like?
It's not home...but it's what I like away from home.
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We arrived safely into LA, it was a mammoth trip, we sat towards the back of the plane and definitely had wobbly legs all day once we landed. We got to our hotel and they were not ready for us to check in so we dropped our bags off and freshened up in the restrooms and headed out for our double decker sight seeing tour. We walked into Hollywood, our hotel is about a block away from the Hollywood Strip which is very handy. The tour made stops at places like, ...
A short drive across LA to Universal City and a day at the Studios Theme Park. Firstly, I can start off by saying that our trip to Universal Studios was AMAZING! Our first ride was the terrifying Jurassic Park Ride, it involved making our way slowly up the river, past the herbivorous dinosaurs. Further on, we saw destroyed cages and fences which had housed horrifying, man eating, blood sucking carnivorous monsters! We carried on up stream before noticing a steep tunnel making ...
The day before Yesterday was a good day, we played in Chula Vista, and though hot, the production went really well. I had another interview, this one was from San Diego's NBC affiliate. These interviews are getting much easier.
Yesterday was a day off in West Hollywood. It started out with our arriving at the hotel at around 5:30AM. Talk about an amazing hotel, Good lord. Obviously, I crashed once I was inside the hotel room. I got ...
Listed below is the gear I will be taking on my journey.
Packs - Deuter 40L pack - Camelbak Arete 18L
Clothes - Go Lite Rain Shell - Columbia Fleece - Merrell Mix Master Waterproof Shoes - Keen Sandals - Shower Flip Flops - 3 Short Sleeve REI quick dry shirts - 2 REI long sleeve sahara shirts - 2 REI quick dry shorts - 2 REI quick dry pants with zipoffs - 1 swimsuit - 6 pairs REI boxers - 5 ...
... coast on the next leg of our adventure known to Lisa and Stephanie as "beaches and temples." We will continue our way down the coast, scuba diving and seeing national parks, finally ending in Singapore where Lisa and Stephanie will depart me. I will continue on to Borneo Malaysia to climb Mount Kinabalu (highest peak in Southeast Asia outside of Myanmar), visit the Orangutan Sanctuary, and scuba dive ...