Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Woodland Hills
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... wait at LAX, Van picked us up in his van and we made the 50 minute trip to Anaheim.
Incredible to think that greater LA has a population of over 18 million, not that far short of our total population in Oz. It is a sprawling concrete mess and as I recall from 20 years ago, not much to look at.
The hotel will suit nicely being a 10 minute walk from the Disneyland entrances ...
... bowling, I was forced to attend yet another trivia contest in the afternoon which we sadly lost (one less Celebrity pen I suppose). Dave and Jan from Australia were on my team, and they kindly offered to give us their meal vouchers for the Silk Harvest restaurant as they wanted to catch up with friends instead.
Since Ted and I joined the cruise we haven't been to any speciality restaurants, so we were quite excited to try it out. First we thought we should say farewell to our ...
... combination. As a way of counteracting this, we'd agreed to go running every morning for an hour - the bikes would be in the workshop for a few days and given the miles we were driving, we might not have time to fit in decent length rides - hence the running gear purchases. On arrival in Flagstaff, we left the bikes at the workshop and made our way south to Slide Rock State Park. Whilst driving this 20 mile stretch in the dark from Flagstaff down the winding 89A (no fun at all), we ...
This morning I woke up in my little mummy/coffin state (not the first time I'd been awake throughout the night), and slowly disembarked my top bunk. It was then onwards to breakfast, this time in the Diner Car. Because the Diner Car serves both sleeper passengers as well as regular passengers, you get to meet new people and earn their stories because you are forced to sit 4 to a table in each booth. This doesn't bother me, but it's fun to watch how other ...
... She really enjoyed the HST programme so far which was good to hear. The choreography today was quite hard, super technical and incredibly fast. I couldn't dance it as controlled as I liked it, but at least I kind of had the choreography and i was in freaking LA with all these ridiculous dancers. I said a quick thank you and goodbye after class and Matthew told me their coming to London again very soon, so looking forward for that. I quickly filled my water bottle and signed in for ...