Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Woodland Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... They were beautiful but very small. It was nice to wander around and as we left it started to rain. Soon my time in Portland was coming to an end. On my second last day, I met up with a couchsurfing couple, and we took a day trip to Astoria, a town on the coast. They were absolutely lovely and we talked the whole way there and back. We stopped on the pier for a chai latte, where I could hear sea lions barking but unfortunately couldn't see any. We also stopped in at ...
... with the selfie stick. Posed and snapped. Laughed and explored. We unanimously avoided any of the Wax museums because collectively we thought we definitely had that covered in the week before we left. Hold onto your handles players, this was just the prelude to the Hollywood Sightseeing Tour. A gripping two hour extravaganza with Hank. Checking out the highlights of Hollywood from the back of an open air van, dodging all the prime lookout ...
... place first thing and we saw everything in great detail. Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain, It's A Small World, Snow White's Traumatising Ride, The Jungle River Cruise and my personal favourite, Splash Mountain, all hugely enjoyed! There were some big differences to this original park but otherwise it was like stepping back into my childhood. Indulgently expensive, not very backpackery, but brilliant.
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... s forecourt so we were there for some time seeking out our favourite stars’ hand and footprints. There are variations of this honoured tradition dotted around such as the imprints of the eyeglasses of Harold Lloyd; the cigar of Groucho Marx; the wands used by Harry Potter stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint; the facial profile of John Barrymore (reflecting his nickname "The Great Profile"); the legs of Betty Grable; Western stars William S. ...
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Orana Wildlife Park
Orana Park is simply accessible just 15 minutes’ drive out of central Christchurch on the McLeans Island Road. Ticket prices differ between $9 for children and $25 for adults, and the park is open 10.00am - 5.00pm daily. Reviews say money is all worth it!
Educational, immersive and hands-on Orana Wildlife Park has been one of the main ‘must dos’ of ...