Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Chino Valley
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... Other than the thermostat being in Celsius, not Fahrenheit (let’s see, 28C = 82F), everything seems perfect.
After getting everything organized and settled in the room, we walked down to the Storyteller’s Café right in the hotel. A table was ready right away, and we sat down to a peaceful lunch.
After lunch, we walked through our hotel, into Disney’s California Adventure Theme Park ...
... you will be eating through a small fortune in the batteries used to run your controllers. A rechargeable battery can help you save a lot of cash in the long run.
To improve your performance, turn down the music. When you really need to concentrate on an especially difficult video game or level, look into the alternatives for a means to switch off the in activity audio. Even when you are not actively taking note of it, a little a part of your mind is. Converting it ...
... that kept us on the road. Pedal down was also not that fast but you had to watch so you didn’t crash into the person infront of you. Joel looked like a real speed demon though.
After the joy ride we headed over to the main road to get some coffee. I was trying to figure out what everyone was waiting for on the side of the road when the Disneyland Parade started! It was really cool and I finally managed to see the Disney Princesses.
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... journey. All this for just $23.00 as I qualify for a senior in the USA. The age limit here is 62 years of age. The train came dead on time and the trip to San Diego went like clockwork. I had a little snack on the train, the seats were large and comfortable and there was plenty of free room in the carriage. I read some of the way and looked out on the Pacific Ocean when we passed that area ...