East West Suites
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We Travelled to Los Angeles today on the local metro bus. It was the best value we have struck so far, $10 for all of us to make the trip.
Our apartment is fully self contained, and we feel really at home. we were able to do some washing, take a trip to the supermarket and cook a home style meal. It was great!
Kids had a swim in the pool and we all had a spa, feeling good after the full on days at Disneyland.
For the next 213 days, Alice and I will be traveling throughout North and Central America - living the dream.
We left at 12:30 Thursday, and arrived in LA 12:30 Thursday. Wouldn't it be great if it were instant transport. After being advised several times that LAX is terrible to fly into, I thought "well it can't be that bad" turns out it is. Its massive, but more to the point there is nothing there - it has the size of one of the largest airports in ...
... other big rides in the park including Thunder Mountain and Splash Mountain (see a theme occurring?).
What we soon realised about Disneyland Park is that whilst its something you have to, it really is mainly about families and being able to do things together as a group. There isn't really much space for a couple that enjoy the bigger rides at all but that is always the main goal of Disney.
One ride we did really enjoy which ...
... a few bottles. It wonderful to sit on the balcony and watch the ocean go by? Very relaxing way to spend some time. We have been to Maui before. One of the things we did before was to drive the road to Hana. Except, we called it the road to hell. Today we actually were on a part of the Hana highway! Brought back memories. We've since left Hawaii on our way to Los Angeles, California on April 6th. The cruise back across the pacific has been ...
... untested notions. Unproven words that might mean nothing while on the road. So it is with my breath held and blind faith in something unnamed, that I count the days down, and trust, everything will be fine.
Now if you’re reading this, chances are you know me already so rehashing who I am and where I am from seems a bit redundant. But it is a tried and true aspect of story telling and since I aim to tell my story here, I should probably start with some kind ...