DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Los Angeles - Norwalk
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... and back to our car, we headed back to PCC. Before we got back to campus, I made us stop at this store I had seen in previous weeks: Game Empire. Recently, I have gotten into board games (I think they are so much fun to get a group of friends around and joke around amidst a board game) and this place was the Mecca. They had so many games, a lot of which I had never even heard of. It was a little daunting, because I felt a little out of my element amongst ...
Day 1- We landed in San Fran around 2:00pm. Then we went into a yellow TAXI all the way to Union Square. We arrived at our new hotel or as the American's say it 'motel'. It is very modern with a lovely lobby. We went into our rooms. It's mum and dad together and us kids.Then we had dinner, I had a nice hot dog with a side of chips. Also we looked at some shops and about an hour later I was still hungry so mum took me to ...
... important the contacts you make are and how great it is to visit places knowing or half knowing someone there. I'm so lucky to have had those experiences in my younger life and to be able keep in contact with these people via facebook. Of course if the boot was on the other foot, I too would offer the same hospitality. Anyway, it's been another long day so good night and sweet dreams my LAX (and yes that's from a Rachel Stevens song - don't judge I loved S Club 7). Ero Tergum ...
... some much needed showers, Alex took us to a fun ramen restaurant in a very Japanese part of town where we got to customize our orders on an iPad at the front of the restaurant and then enjoy our meal at the chefs counter. We regrouped at the house where one of Alex's friends met up with us. Because this friend drives high profile clients around for a car service, he took us out to the bars in a fancy Escalade. We watched a fun bluegrass band at a cool bar, and ...
... just see them. But because the parade was on it meant that the queue for Its A Small World was only like us and 10 other people when it's usually about an hour/two hour queue which was rather jammy, by the time we came out it was backed up again. We then queued for about 50 minutes for the Big Thunder. Mountain Railroad which it a bit like a minetrain ride and it's a proper rollercoaster which was really fun even though it was quite small. ...