Laguna Cliffs Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and Sibella there. Amanda is the daughter of our old friends Sally and Kenny, and she has been living here for about 3 years, so it was great to see them again. Amanda and co live only 30 minutes from Disneyland and have annual passes so they go there a lot. Who better to show us around. Unfortunately every other person in LA decided to come too .... So it was crowded. It was 36 degrees so waiting in line for the rides was a hot and sweaty job, but ...
... both were just gorgeous, we rode a couple of roller-coasters and a few other rides, was a lot of fun but did upset my tummy just a little !!
We are now back in LA filling in the afternoon and fly tonight back to Melbourne.
It has been a fantastic holiday, but we are both ready to come home, missing everyone and cant wait to see our little Charlie Bear for lots of cuddles
... after about 5 minutes deliberation decided on a Dulce de Lece thickshake (banana and caramel, don't ask about the fancy name, no idea what it means!) And a cookies and cream sundae, respectively. Mine was so rich I had to employ the services of the Cilla to help me finish my sundae. She had no real objections and was ever so obliging.
Right up the end of the winding avenue was the Rainforest Cafe, again, beautifully decorated with ...
... br> What would the Coast be without some history … so we went to check out the historic Cottages from the 1920-30s, half of them are nicely restored and the other half is still falling apart. All leftovers from the good old beach days. But it gives us the imagination, for all the films made here, starting out in 1917… Crystal Cove's beautiful Canyon ...
... first, then we can talk about the technique. I then went to se Steven Hayes who devleoped Acceptance and Commtiment Therapy. I was so thoroughly impressed. He talked about truly sitting with suffering. He immediately suggested ACT will not exist in 25 years owning the fact that it is not comprehensive like relational therapy. He then talked about the overlap experiential avoidancce and self -compassion. He said that research needs to be done to validate this ...