Courtyard By Marriott Los Angeles Woodland Hills
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... kids saw the Matterhorn Bobsleds, we all went on them as you get wet and needed to cool down. We felt like we were from the movie Cool Runnings as we twisted and turned our way down the mountain.
We headed to Mickey's Toontown for lunch and all enjoyed a salad roll or hot dog and a chance to sit down and get out of the sun for a bit. After lunch we lined up to go and visit Mickey Mouse in his house. It took nearly an hour to see him ...
... wonders of the world. I caught the bus first to a village where we had a look around at various stalls and had lunch, before heading to a sinkhole for swimming and a tequila museum. We then got to the major feature itself - Chichen Itza. Include in the tour ($55 total for all I mentioned - usual price is $75!) was a guided tour. The sun was absolutely FEROCIOUS (I'm averaging around 3 litres of water a day here) and I was glad when it went behind the clouds. The tour ...
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I got an uber to the airport, which was mostly fine until he tried to give me flying advice. I told him I was an anxious flyer to which he responded, “I can be sometimes, I just think how can this piece of metal fly in the sky and not crash” The dude should stick to uber driving rather than pep talks. n the ...
... filled with bodybuilding equipment, tennis courts and dozens of pitches selling all manner of goods and services. Fascinating for us. And for the tourist amongst the crowds. For the locals it was a normal weekend choice. Went back to the apartment at by four-thirty. I dozed and she read. Then we drove up three or four blocks to Hollywood Boulevard and the Chinese Theatre where we looked at the Stars' hand -and-foot prints in the cement of the sidewalk,and then ...
... advantage of it. The food was great, filling the emptiness where hunger previously resided. (SIDE NOTE: that was a great poetic sentence just there:) After dinner we called it a night.
The next morning, Max, Jordan, and I decided to work off those chicken and waffles by going for a run and hitting the weight room. After lunch we relaxed and I did some reading that was due for the upcoming class time. ...