BEST WESTERN Los Angeles Worldport Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on the flight to Los Angeles. They watched in-flight movies, played travel games and played with (and watched movies on) their iPads, which we loaded up with new content prior to our departure. We let the girls pack their backpacks with things that they would want to do on the flight. This included iPads, travel tic-tac-toe/noughts and crosses, diary and pens, wreck this journal, various other travel games, colouring in, etc.
... show, buying souvenirs, Animal show and then Shrek (40 min wait). And that was that. Every ride done and only about 3.30pm, which was great news, We enjoyed Universal, but it is a bit limited. Then down Citywalk which was much better than downtown Disney, and back to Hollywood to see Chinese Theatre, famous footprints, lots of stars in the ground, more theatres and then rest.
Evening we headed towards Hollywood/Vine and saw the Capital Records building and ...
... we were given after some people pushed in front of us in the Transformers queue! We ended up being there for about 8 hours, but had just enough time for a pint at Moe’s in the Springfield village before we left.
And that, folks, brings us to the end our trip… you should have seen the miserable plight of our faces when we arrived at the Kings Cross Travelodge, it would bring a tear to your eye. We did have a lovely (if extremely drunken) night out in London ...
... we will also have moments to observe their behavior, and learn about each animal's individual personality traits. And our work supports the efforts of this facility and organization, to protect and rehabilitate the animals.
Volunteers pay a fee to work here, and the money goes to financially support the facility's infrastructure and supplies. We are also bringing a suitcase full of items shown ...
... a really fun, over-the-top spy movie that reminded me of what the Spy movie genre should be; fun and over-the-top. And after that we watched another movie, only this time it was for class called short term 12. It was really good. it's a low budget indy film that is on Netflix that I recommend. It'll make you feel all sorts of ways.
Tuesday was an internship day full of checking equipment and learning equipment. It was great, ...