Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - La Mirada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Heute Früh waren wir im berühmten Madonna Inn. Von 1 bis 2 hatte ich Vorlesung. Danach haben wir aus dem Hotel ausgecheckt und sind den Highway 1 Richtung Süden gefahren. Morgen ist ein sog. "academic holyday" (César Chavez's Birthday). Wer kennt ihn nicht...
Da Sonja am Freitag schon nach Kanada fliegt, fahren wir heute Nachmittag schon …
... source. They said that the ride was absolutely fine and had no drops or anything. So, we went on it. I loved it! There was so much to see and lots of songs from the film. Jake, as usual, didn't agree. Anyway, we got to 'California Screaming' - the biggest ride in the park and Jake joined the line. There was even a loop on the rollercoaster. I was worried for him but I know he enjoyed those things so I sat down and didn't look. On his return, he was buzzing: ...
... drank a lot of tea. I actually slept on the flight which was wonderful. The Virgin staff were quite bogan which was hilarious after all the American accents we've been hearing for the past 3 weeks. We finally landed safely in Brisbane and began the laborious security drama. They set the sniffer dogs on us. They were so cute and thankfully didn't find anything. I felt sorry for the sniffer dogs - we wouldn't have smelt too good. I lied on ...
... I had previously attended. We had a swim, sat in the sun and essentially relaxed before the onslaught of LAX again tomorrow as we head to New York. In the afternoon, we decided to head over to the Queen Mary for a look. This was a complete 'busy'. The busy Olde London Towne that we remembered from a previous visit here (albeit in 1983!), was an abandoned collection of shacks, surrounded by a fence (also falling down), to keep ...
... After breakfast I continued through Universal City Walk to the Studio and to find the VIP entrance. There is a special entrance for the VIP experience, much like being greeted at a hotel's reception. Having been checked in I was directed to the 2nd floor, to the VIP Lounge, where I found a a breakfast buffet awaiting. Doh!! Oh well. I ended up having some fresh fruits and a water before my group's guide for the next 5 hours, Donald, came in to greet us. Donald came around ...