BEST WESTERN Los Angeles Worldport Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the train had left - and George told me that it was the first time he had seen anyone led off the train in handcuffs. It turns out the Police had been looking for the person - as the two huge suitcases he had been carrying on the train were full of packages of cocaine. America, eh?! As our bed would not be made up until quite late, we booked the latest dinner we could. The car was quiet when we arrived, and we were seated with a younger man - who ...
... Was very cool. Then did the Shrek 4D experience, the technology is amazing. And we finished with a special effects show where they show you how they do special effects which was a good insight. It was a full day that we really enjoyed and we did manage to stop for a Chilli Cheese Hot Dog - which totally redeemed the American Hot Dog experience from our New York try.
Last day we headed to Flake again for breakfast then it was time to head to LAX to fly up to San ...
... of time left to actually go out and do stuff. We were staying in the Downtown area which was quite run down and full of homeless people. I didn't like the area much but we got dinner just down the road from the hotel in a nice restaurant. The portion size are massive in the US! We felt so full and could barely move after our meals. While we were unpacking our stuff we realised we'd left some of our washing hanging on the fench by the beach in Fiji! It was ...
... hours and tell them all about my nose bogie collection. The plane was full. Like didn't I know that the United States is a popular destination? So here we were a row apart. On boarding the plane we asked attendants about our seating, and again it was just ask to swap if you can, and you're not actually guaranteed a seat when you book one. So I stood in the seat waiting for this stranger to tell me I was standing in their seat. She was vivacious, young, and smiley ...
... speaking country!". Seeing Mum again was amazing and I revelled in having my first home-cooked meal in four months (and it wasn't noodle soup - what a luxury!). On the whole, I settled back into Western civilisation fairly seamlessly although the excessive consumerism considered as normal troubled me and we did have to remove the bin from the bathroom to retrain me to flush the paper! America is unusual in that the most basic everyday tasks are exciting ...