Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Long Beach Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Mary... Oh, what a difference. OK, so the Queen Mary is pretty ragged around the edges, but she oozes charm, sophistication and quality from top to toe. Real wood everywhere, albeit in need of some 'Mr Sheen' in places. Here one really does go back in time and you can imagine the rich and famous bedecked in all their finery as they glide up the softly sweeping staircases and along the wide open and, above all, unobstructed Promenade Deck. The Stateroom corridors ...
... been great fun! "
We decided on ice-creams for lunch at the 'Haagen Dazs' (though I ended up choosing a milkshake). They were quite delicious, and a little too sweet for Nomes, so I kindly helped her finish it!
We may have got a little disorientated when we tried to leave and walked out of downtown the wrong way. Great - more walking! We got to the hotel and crashed! Nomes promptly proceeded to sleep for two hours (!) while ...
... We were all cheesing the whole time. All of us glad to be together finally. Venice beach was very different to the beaches we had seen before. The whole promenade was made up of shops selling all sorts of stuff illegal in most countries. The beach was beautiful and we sat chatting while people behind us got arrested much to our entertainment. After our parking time was up we got on the road to Long Beach were ...
... these animals in Sea World might not exactly be the way it is supposed to be, and the story of Free Willy was constantly in the back of my mind, but I was very impressed by what the animals were capable of and had great respect for their trainers. Besides the killer whale show we were also blown away by the dolphins, penguins, turtles, sharks and many more beauties of the sea. We stayed in the park until closing time and then headed to Coronado Island for more tacos!
... to enter a car park. The car park offered a shuttle for the lazy people (everyone) but we walked as it was less than a 10 minute walk. Took about half n hour to get tickets, but as we entered the gates at 1pm the man welcomed us "to the happiest place on Earth" so it all became worth the wait. We relaxed even more when we discovered that the park was open until midnight, so we had plenty of time. Queued for our first ride, Pirates of ...