Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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... way through to Burbank where we dropped off our first passengers. The last few miles from Burbank was nose to tail and much more familiar! However, it kept moving, just more slowly than before. We were due in at 4pm and got in at about. 4.25pm, just in time for some passengers to transfer to the 4.30pm departure to Las Vegas. Free wifi was available, so I connected up and picked up the signal and the icon. Trouble is, no one told the server, so in effect ...
We drove to the LAX airport at noon and got in line to check our bag. We decided to check all of our bags, which we never do, because it was free. We left carrying one backpack each and made it through security. We made a quick purchase at the airport then made our way to the gate. The first flight was 10 hours, so we were prepared to get comfortable. I was lucky because I was seated next to a very bold woman who I ...
... a pre-automobile village. The kids fell in with some neighbourhood kids straight away and ran round the safe enclosed neighbourhood, and it was great spreading out in a big house.
Our hosts who were on holiday also let us use their car and over the next few days we explored Venice beach, Santa Monica Pier and aquarium, Hollywood, Beverly Hills (unfortunately the Beverly hillbillys house has a big hedge around it and you can’t see nothing !) so good to be back ...
... 9999942779541px;">We made our way across the park and into Frontierland. We loved the themw of this land: log cabins, little refreshments trolleys where Cilla bought a corn on the cob, the Rivers of America where the steam powered paddleboat 'Mark Twain' went for tours around the river. We caught this, took some photos with the captain and first mate and enjoyed seeing all the characters and attracions around the river. This land fit really well with my hat too.
... great to catch up with him and hear about his exchange adventures. He is planning on going to the East Coast after his semester, just like I decided to travel around the West Coast. Obviously the three of us could provide him with well informed advice on where to go and what to do in Boston, New York and Washington. It is always surprising to me how a day of doing nothing and relaxing like we did can make you feel exhausted. So with our bellies filled and our pinkish skin covered ...