Embassy Suites Hotel Arcadia - Pasadena Area
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Today was the day where we found out exactly why L.A.'s road system is so notorious and what a bad plan it is to set off in the car without having a clear idea where you are driving to. The plan was to visit Hollywood and take the obligatory shots of the sign, but things didn't quite go to plan. According to the man that served us in the coffee …
... The Simpsons Ride and the completely terrifying Universal's House of Horrors. This was so freaky, walking through a haunted house being attacked by people dressed as Chucky, Frankenstein's monster, a wolf, and more jumping out of nowhere and grabbing at you. There were even strings hanging from the ceiling that felt like spider webs as you walked through. Kristy and I linked arms and did not let go. We literally screamed a few times. There were some cool shows too, with ...
... from famous Western films, the famous Whoville from the Grinch with candy coloured homes, rode down one of the most famous streets in suburban Soap Opera; Wisteria Lane, home to the Desperate Housewives. We were also a part of the largest and most realistic 3D experience, the 360 screen displaying the land of King Kong and the dangerous Jurassic Park. All this adrenaline increased our hunger, where many of us had our first ever American hotdog, and its reputation certainly proved ...
... frap. i sound so mature hahah. i got on my flight and flew for an hour to atlanta and then a five hour flight to LA. once at the airport, we waited for the bus and drove to the county park. dad came to pick me up and once i got home, i showered real fast and fell asleep. i dint sleep for long becuase of the jet lag but im glad i went on the ...
... Beach Avenue. Knott's says that the ride lasts two minutes. It felt longer to me, and I don't mean that in a negative way; GhostRider is a hoot from beginning to end. Built by the gone-but-not-forgotten coaster mavens at Custom Coasters International (the manufacturer closed its shop in 2002), the ride maintains wild speed and energy until the final brake run back into the station. Known for their physics-defying voodoo, CCI coasters seem to actually pick up ...
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