Econo Lodge Near LAX
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... off to golf, one young couple went to "sky dive indoors" and Jerry and I took the sophisticated route and climbed aboard a double decker on/off tour bus for 2 hours of L.A. highlights.
We saw the La Brea Tar Pits, Pink's Hot Dog Stand, Grauman's Chinese Theater, the Walk of Fame, the Dolby Theatre (where the Oscars are held), the Comedy Store, Hollywood and Vine, Sunset Strip, Rodeo Drive, Santa Monica and lots more while ...
... shared a combo meal between us of 1/2 rack of Memphis style pork ribs and slices of slow cooked for 14 hours brisket of beef, which came with 2 corn on the cobs and a pot of mash. It was ample between us, but it sure didn't take long to eat it, as we had already built up an appetite. Our taste buds said we could have done one combo each, but knowing our stomachs we just wouldn't have managed it by ourselves. Our walk home was somewhat slower, Andy wanting to detour to the ...
... long as he was standing in the exact right spot... and of course, he couldn't go another minute without getting his clash of clans fix! We finished the day with a trip to The Cheesecake Factory for dinner, where Michael was able to have his Big Bang moment... although I think we were both surprised at how different the Cheesecake Factory was to what we'd seen on TV. After being served a ...
“WELCOME BROTHERS AND SISTERS!” the minister thunders in his microphone. “We have a packed ‘House of the Lord’ this Easter Sunday.”
“Amen, Brother,” a man jumps out of his seat, and waves his arm in the air.
“Today, our choir is going to give us a special Easter performance with two solos.”
“Praise the Lord!” another member ...
... sure they could. When Mark asked where the ride let out, they said it would let out in one of two places, at opposite ends of the building. So rather than try to find our kids in the crowd after the ride, we joined them on the ride. Again, there were technical problems and half the ride was shut down. Long wait. Jelly Beans handed out. Lots of "We're Sorry."
We couldn’t even explain what that ride was like as we had our eyes closed ...