Civic Center Inn Santa Ana
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and I watched the new Netflix show Daredevil, which I would recommend if you like gritty super hero stuff.
Today: Today was a normal Sunday which includes going to church, doing some laundry, and hanging out.
COOL AWESOME UPDATE: Jordan and I have to opportunity to go to the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), one of the largest conferences and trade shows in the entertainment and broadcasting world. We will head ...
Up at 4:45am (amazing sleeping by girls!) Breakfast in the hotel; girls ate bacon, croissant, eggs, french toast and Clara demanded an omelette only for us to discover she meant a bagel (but shaped like an "O", so understandable). Hopped in the enormous SUV and headed to Santa Ana for the Discovery Science Museum (aka Discovery Cube) which is a slightly odd place located under a bridge on the I5 freeway, but though unprepossessing from ...
... after a number of beers).
On my last day in SF I decided to take a tour to the prison island Alcatraz. To be honest with you, I should have invested the tour fee of $30 into something else. The advertising makes you believe that this is some special place. Well, it's a prison. Oh, a prison on an island. And yeah, Al Capone served some part of his time there. But...who really cares. Anyway, I would say this is definitely NOT a ...
... bite to eat. Tasted amazing! We then had to quickly hurry back to the car to head back to the airport. Luckily we made it in time! After we said our goodbyes to Rick and Liz, we headed in to check in. At check in, we were asked if we wanted to volunteer our seats as they overbooked the flight, they explained we would be put up in a hotel for the night. We debated it and didn't really understand what she was on about so said no. As we made our way through the airport, we ...
... but picking up the hire car is anything but. It takes an age to find out where to pick up the car, an age to check-in and when we get to our "Jeep" it turns out to be a miniature version with no chance at all of holding even half of our luggage. 1 hour and $300 later, we have a very big, very ugly Chrysler Tahoe with room for a family of 7 (as well as our luggage). We also have a temperamental sat nav that does little to help us ...