Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Arcadia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... out. You could see the red glow of the crater from the room at night. The red wooden hotel building is not fancy but I thought the rooms and public areas were nicely decorated. The room was a mostly white color scheme with floral accents and the public rooms had beige wicker type furniture. As with most National Park lodges, the hotel maximizes its location and the restaurant, lounge and viewing area all looked out over the crater with picture windows.
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... ride had Amy beaming, and the Toy Story Midway Mania ride was one we all enjoyed as we shot at 3D targets and competed to get the highest score in Toy Story themed surroundings. We all watched in awe as Ginny took on - and defeated - the largest and scariest roller coaster in the park, California Screamin'. Super fast, super high and with a sharp loop, Ginny said this was the best ride she had ever been on. Another ride we had been looking forward ...
... claimed that Jack didn't appear to have a confirmed visa on his computer. Jack would have attend a secondary customs officer in an office before they could permit him entry into the country. I grabbed the 4 "confirmed" applications that I had printed when I applied for the 2months earlier I and handed them to Gav who went with Jack to the office. Josh and I were advised to go on ahead and collect our baggage and wait for Gavin and ...
... lots of smoke shops and "weed doctors" which was just crazy to us that it's so open out here because it's legal. Other sights along the way were Muscle Beach, which is a gym on the beach and it's full of crazy huge people and also weird muscly old men in speedos, apparently it's where Arnold Schwatze**** worked out. There's also a place on the beach with concrete blocks and walls so that people can graffiti on them to ...
... Just as well there was a cool breeze blowing. On tuesday we used the buses to get to Santa Monica as we wanted to do the pier. It was very hot and felt as if we were melting on the bus. After doing the pier, including watching Bayern play Real, we headed back to our hotel. Now this was the journey from hell. Overall it took two and a half hours to get back and with the temperature in the 30's, we felt like wet rags when we got off. ...