Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Northridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... roller coaster type ride called Revenge of the Mummy, you travelled at speeds of 45mph in darkness to escape the Mummys. The 4 of them said it was fantastic and well worth the wait. I took there word for it and enjoyed a quiet moment in the shade to myself. We were all ready for lunch by now but decided to go on our final ride before doing so. Thankfully we did! The ride was called Jurassic Park. We went in a small boat and were spat on and sprayed by a few dinosaurs ...
... in the sand, we walked back up Ocean Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard until we found the 3rd Street Promenade, which was blocked off to traffic and had shops and restaurants lining the streets. We ate pizza and Italian food at Johnnie's there on the Promenade. By the time dinner was over, it was about 8:00 and a safe time to venture back onto the freeway. We had killed enough time and made it back easily to Anaheim.
Carolina had been scoping ...
I pulled into Portland around 11 at night, and followed quina's instructions to get the light rail to the bus stop where she would meet me. My first pleasant surprise was seeing a map of the subway inside the rail, with a led display that showed the next station, plus a voice that announced it! Finally, a public transport system that wasn't a nightmare to navigate if you weren't familiar with it! I met Quina at the bus stop, and we went to her house in the suburbs ...
... pic, just for proof). He got his ice cream and left. We did not even say hello, and you know what, I'm glad I didn't. He was just out getting ice cream with friends and the last thing he wanted was to be interrupted by someone solely because he can put a ball in a net better than 99.9% people. I've told myself that if ever I meet a celebrity, I would never freak out and rush up to talk to them. My heart was pounding when I realized it was ...
... was actually a lemon. He put his hat on a marble and asked how many were under, then we kept getting it wrong - classic sleight of hand, I sat there thinking " I know what you're doing, fool!". Till he lifted his hat and there was a coconut under it. What the hell?! I realized all my sleight of hand moves and tricks suddenly became kindergarten.
We walked back down Santa Monica pier and ended ...