Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Torrance/South Bay
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... Walking through the aircraft with Upper Class to the left, the upper class bar, passed premium economy and finally into the back cabin to find our seats, in row 60 & 61.
We are having a ball on the flight, I’m sat next to the lovely Sam while Miss Karen, Marie, Danielle, Matt, and Andy all sit in the next two rows in front. We get chatting to the crew, well Sam and I do… Dropping the hint that we are crew.. They seem ...
... good bar food around the corner from his place, went back to his house, and got some rest. From there we drove straight to Chicago. We stayed at a friend of the family's house...had a delicious dinner the first night and went off to explore Chicago the next day. They let us borrow their car for the day, which was awesome...it made it much easier for us to navigate the city. It was great.
I've always heard such great things about Chicago and it wasn't a let down. I ...
... a bit more basing ourselves in a particular place and then webbing out from there would have been easier but I think in general it worked great for us. The reality is that there is so much to see and do in the US that we feel privileged to have been able to do as much as we have. Favourites - Richard - has to be the Grand Canyon because of the pure beauty and scale. Pamela - Grand Canyon - next time it will be the ...
... finally hit me
how much of an immense trip this is going to be when i got on the plane.
Flight was really smooth and ended up sitting next to a bloke from Melbs
who had done Antarctica, Galapagos, the arctic, everest base camp and
kilimanjaro so he was interesting to talk to. I told him i was doing south
america on a budget so kinda hoped he would give me a lift from LAX to my
accom as he had a car waiting ...
Got up relatively early so I'd have time to finish packing. We all got in the car and drove to LAX. I was very excited, but was going to miss my family a lot. We parked the car in the packed lot and walked into the international terminal, looking at the signs trying to find where the Cathay Pacific counter was. We walked up and down, but couldn't find it anywhere. We asked this man in a uniform of some sort. He mumbled something to us in unclear, accented English, ...
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