Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Valencia
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that I am numb to the reality of my situation. So no, I can't really give a quantifiable, precise measurement of how excited I am because it doesn't feel like I'm actually leaving. No, I don't have anything that I'm particularly looking forward to because I don't actually believe that this trip is real. Finally No, I don't believe you when you say your thinking about doing a trip like this someday because why in gods name would anyone actually want to rip their ...
... important the contacts you make are and how great it is to visit places knowing or half knowing someone there. I'm so lucky to have had those experiences in my younger life and to be able keep in contact with these people via facebook. Of course if the boot was on the other foot, I too would offer the same hospitality. Anyway, it's been another long day so good night and sweet dreams my LAX (and yes that's from a Rachel Stevens song - don't judge I loved S Club 7). Ero Tergum ...
Wow it's our last day in the USA :( Started the day with another round of brekky - 2 serves of pancakes & eggs florentine! Asked about a late checkout & although they were pretty full the hotel let us have our room until 1pm - I really think we need to stay with these guys again! Went out to do a final pressie shop & ended up buying a pair of Skechers each for ourselves. Feel a bit shafted that the Santa Monica store was about 15% cheaper ...
... sea later that morning. I just stood there and took in everything. I could have stayed all morning but as usual there was a journey to embark on and new sights, sounds and smells to take in. I took the long way back to the hotel and rejoined the others. We were well rehearsed at packing now so it didn't take long before the car was loaded and we were ready to go. I'm not ashamed to say we chose a great Macdonalds and sat in sunshine contemplating our boat trip. We made our way ...
... surrounded by beautiful trees and bush, and directly under the two crossing spotlights in the sky. The LA Philharmonic orchestra started the night off. Playing only classic tribute American songs and only around 4 in total so we weren't bored at all... they were actually pretty amazing. Steve Martin and his banjo band came on in the second half (with Edie Brickell or something) and was surprisingly super ...