BEST WESTERN Los Angeles Worldport Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... felt exactly the same despite being a year older. Somehow I'd made it to 25. First up we had a Viber call with our parents back in the UK (just after Leeds had recorded a 1-0 win) and they wished me all the best for the day. I then had a long Skype date with Jamie and Matt, who were set to go their separate ways later that day, with Jamie moving on to Colombia and Matt staying in Peru to see Machu Picchu. With all of the catch-ups out of the way, we caught a ...
Sitting here at LAX waiting for our flight back across the pond, we have some time to reflect on our travels around California.
It has been a whirlwind of sightseeing, fabulous activities and dining out! For me, Yosemite will be hard to beat. The natural beauty and magnitude of the national park is awesome. Our whitewater rafting day out down the Tuolumne River was fantastic fun and something we ...
... on this, or this toy, or popcorn, or an icecream. Harried fathers made sure their children were drinking enough water, older brothers and sisters looking around and wondering where they'd go next, young couples walking hand in hand towards adventurous rides. We saw old ladies being pushed in wheelchairs or scooting around on gophers looking tired but delighted, often balloons and souvenir bags spilling over their baskets.
We lined up for a while in the heat for a ...
... the ground, superman style) - which achieves speeds over 100 km/h, and the Goliath (which had an insane drop of over 75 m).
The park was crazy, and the day was so full of adrenaline and non-stop action that nearly everybody crashed on the way back to the hostel.
Leaving the park at 8pm (just in time for some great sunset photos), we grabbed some dinner before a relatively ...
... if it was on screen (we are told its only the outside of e building and that inside is nothing, apart form Eddes house which is interior and exterior. We saw whosville and he bates hotel. We drove past a house where filming was taking place for an american sitcom. We drove into a lake used in various shows and films and Jaws appeared as he atracked a man then pulling the peir away causing fire and finally scaring thhe life out of liz as he shark rose out of ...