BEST WESTERN PLUS Orange County Airport North
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lost trying to get back to airport, public transportation wasn't easy to find when none of the locals had a clue. We were sitting on a corner calling a cab when a bus came down the street, we got on ($2) had to switch to another ($2) and got to the airport at 17:06 ( the flight departed at 17:25) got thru security and RAN to the gate and made our ...
Today my cousin, Gabi, took me to Huntington Beach to see the U.S Surfing Open. It is a week long surfing competition held annually during the summer. The U.S Open is part of the qualification for the World Tour and is a prime event, being the largest surfing competition in the world. We were able to walk along the pier to watch some of the competition (not that I really ...
... a seat' I paid for a seat, deserve a seat, and ....
But the Grinch was gone replaced by a young girl who never said anything except mumble, garble, mumble.
Then I looked out the window and our plane was there waiting patiently to swallow up it's next load of passengers. So why, oh why, were we delayed? -- the answer to that came while I was eavesdropping on a comment by a ...
... so I would know where to find it in the dark at night. I then made my way towards Hollywood at a steady 25mph such was the Friday traffic. I had one mission when I reached the walk of stars and that was to find the one belonging to Zachary Scott, who's room I'd stayed I at El Rancho. I was about to give up when I spotted it about 7 blocks east of the Chinese Theatre. I made my way back to the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue having ...
... my mother's half-sister, who I haven't seen or talked to in at least 50 years. From there, we head to Lodi, N.J, where James William Finnegan is buried in St. Nicholas Cemetery. He was married to Mary Elizabeth Harley, my great-aunt. More about Finnegan when we get to Lodi. If I'm lucky, we'll also find Mary Elizabeth's final resting place there and maybe, just maybe, some of the other Harleys. Then out to Long Island ...