Doubletree Los Angeles/Rosemead
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... HNL. If you fly to Kona you can choose non stops from DEN, LAX, SFO, SEA and PHX.
The trip to the hotel took about 10 minutes using the hotel shuttle, although first it took about 30 min for the shuttle to come. The shuttle for the Courtyard is shared with the regular Marriott and it stops there first. The hotel is very close to LAX and I was assigned room 100 on the first floor. The room was a pretty standard Courtyard type room and perfect for a short ...
... and has some awesome connections. The class ended with a big circle holding hands, a quick minute of silence to remember the great Micheal Jackson, this was pretty intense and in the moment and even though I'm usually not such a great fan of these things it felt so right this time and it almost made me a bit emotional. Then it was time for a well deserved break. We had like 2 minutes to change and went back into the Van and the rest into the big bus and drove towards Hollywood ...
... for up to an hour, since it was a Saturday, for most of the 'experiences' as well as enjoying seats set aside for us - in the centre, front. After the rides I think I will reconsider going on the NY NY roller coaster in Vegas! It was great how each one was different - not always the biggest, scariest roller coaster type ride. They also had 'cool zones' all around which sprayed out fine water mist - a great idea.
We started going down to the Lower Lot first ...
... everywhere! Even when we were sat in an outdoor seating at a restaurant, a lady leaned over the bar and put her hands on the table asking for money and food. It's quite sad actually how many people in this city need help because drug abuse or poverty. I wish there was an easy fix to all of this! Our last full day in LA was Easter! We went out to a lovely brunch with our friends and had bottomless mimosas, which we were told LA was known for. ...
We spent Friday at Universal Studios. We started out with the studio tour which was fantastic. The tour takes you through the backlot of the movie studio and has lots of things to see. We saw the city street lots of different eras that feature in heaps of movies... Modern buildings, New York, European looking streets, old western towns or a Mexican look. The tour bus goes through different ...