Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Simi Valley
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the tunnel to our gate and board our flight to LA bang on time. We are on a big A380 plane on flight BA283. We take our seats and are off on time. Nothing eventful to report on the flight, we have a curry, watch some movies, play a few games and then land bang on time. Clearing immigration takes less time that I remember last time in LA as does customs, waiting for the Alamo rental transfer bus does take a while but ...
So I thought during my placement year in LA it would be a good idea to keep track of the things I do, places I see etc and to share my photos and memories with you all - CHEESY!
Of course you are under no obligation to read/look at anything I post but I will try to post as frequently as ...
... Charger - Sennheiser CX300II Headphones - iPad - iPad Anker Keyboard - iPad Charger - Power Converter Set
Medication/Preventative Care - Malaria Pills - Zithromax - 45% Deet - Neutrogena Sunscreen - Tums Antiacid - Imodium - First Aid Kit - Ibuprofen - Benadryl
Other - Lonely Planet Southeast Asia travel book - Dive Log - Head Lamp - Bag Lock - Ear Plugs - Money Belt - Copy of Documents
Dan was very excited to visit the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. We started out early this morning so we could arrive by 10:00 am when they opened. It is located at 40 Presidential Drive in Simi Valley, CA, named because of him being the 40th President. The Library and Final Resting Place for Reagan is positioned on a beautiful hilltop with panoramic vistas in every direction. It is the largest of the 13 Presidential library's operated by the Federal ...
... not relaxing at all. There were different sights & interesting conversations. There was graffiti everywhere you looked. There were green doctors offering you weed prescriptions for $30-40. There were street artists selling art, 80% of it was ridiculous & unoriginal. Buskers performed, but not very well & rappers tried to force you to buy their future hit albums. Homeless people charged for photos. I must ...