Days Inn & Suites Artesia
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... br> you would scream so hard because it is so much fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!! For example it was like the rides in movie
world called the Scooby Do ride it was a roller coaster. At California Park
we went to bugs life dodgem cars and in Cars land there was a ride of Radiator Springs
ride you HAVE TO Go on the ...
Today, for the 'first time in 3 years,' it poured down. We woke up to the sound of torrential rain. So today was another boring day of watching TV and waiting for the rain to stop. Later on after Jake's exercise and the rain stopping, we walked a mile to the 99c store to get some treats and bits. 99c stores are brilliant! You can get some really good deals! We did some washing and, again, chilled. This is getting a bit boring now. Tomorrow we will venture to the beach come rain or ...
And so the morning came - 30 was here! Had a lovely morning opening cards and presents sat in the garden and enjoying the sunshine. The plan for the day was apparently already set - Noz had worked wonders and found a boat for us for the afternoon! So the plan was for us to head out for breakfast and then hit the marina to go and collect our boat! So we wandered down to a brekkie place on Bay Street and ordered possibly the biggest breakfasts I've ever seen! ...
... br> I went to turn in my headphones and could barely look at the woman up front. the emotions of the past couple hours was deep within my soul and was hard to shake from my mind. I wondered back to my car reminiscing on all that I saw and began to see things around me in a new light. The boys outside playing basketball were cursing, being provocative, and loud. the first thought in my head were, " omg, so Ghetto." But I quickly remembered that I had just ...
... Ernest C.Wilson. Jr. It opened in 1974, but was never visited by Getty, who died in 1976.
We had spent the majority of the afternoon at The Getty Villa, until closing time, then returned to The Beverley Hills Hotel to collect our luggage and then continued with the cab to Venice Beach to catch up with Lydia and Drazen.
On arrival Lydia had been waiting for us and Drazen was waiting for us at the Tasting ...