East West Suites
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... looked around. Realizing what the Californian life is like, an that for the time being, we were actually living it. It's the little things i"ll remember from my trip and chilling out on Venice Beach with my best friend is one of them.
After chilling, and even falling asleep for a bit, it was obviously time to work out again. Quick Biceps and back workout. I paid $10, as I was meant to last time but snuck in. i ...
... all chatting to fellow passengers so maybe that was the idea! Thankfully we had bodies that could manage a two hour stand. Given the demographic and fitness of a large majority others would have been severely impacted. Due to good planning and advice from the Trailfinders Cruise specialist we have a marvellous central balcony cabin which is very well appointed and by the sounds of it very spacious compared to some. The sun rises on our side of the ship and ...
... at wits end. We texted one last goodbye to family and Mark was able to cancel his cell service as we pushed back from the gate. We were officially ready to move.
The next 14 hours and 17 minutes would be filled with movies and sleep (and some "meh" airline food) until we landed down under in Sydney, Australia! Adios, ...
... Boston on a Wednesday night on a Jetblue flight bound forLos Angeles. I was lucky enough to have enough JB points to “pay” for the flight. I’d never used points to book a flight before, as usually on other airlines I prefer to use my points to upgrade instead since I’d rather have a slightly more comfortable seat than a free flight, but the process was very easy on Jetblue. Unfortunately the seat back TV was not working on my seat, but there ...
... which might be built of ply and painted to look like a building or have a more substantial facade of composites, including foam. For instance, we see the plaza and building featured in the "Back to the Future" movies and the guide tells us that the facade of the building had become so recognizable it was unable to be used in other movies so they had to modify using foam to cover the pillars which are now painted to look like brickwork- amazing!
We see the Jaws town ...