Extended Stay America - Orange County - John Wayne Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... didn't happen on our flight.
As a white person, I was often stared at. And I only have light brown hair and hazel eyes... if you are blonde with blue eyes, you would really turn heads.
Time is a relative concept. You get there when you get there and you just learn to go with it once you arrive. And where you are going might suddenly change, too. If you are in a hurry or on a tight schedule, you are sure to get frustrated.
... a few more TIU girls who have inspired me from the beginning: Grace, Maria, and Kate! After hugs all around (I swear, it seems like we knew each other already!), we walked in to some fun music playing, appetizers being served up, and, of course, two full service bars. Skunk, Karena's little pomeranian, was also there!
The entire night was so surreal, meeting and talking with women who have inspired me daily; not just in fitness but ...
... confidently told us that the singer was the actor who voiced the crab from The Little Mermaid. * Darcy broke the seal on personal spending buying a $10 Disney pen. * I finally got a hat. * Evan has warmed to spray sunscreen. * At our second lunch the kids appetiser was grapes, carrots and celery sticks. They were stoked. * Darcy enjoyed his second lunch entree (main) so much he lost the power of appropriate speech, simply announcing, "Meatball ...
... and we just wanted to get away from the throngs of people. So we rafted over to the old “Tom Sawyer’s Island” (now it’s called “Pirate’s Lair” due to all of the popularity of pirates), and explored around there. Josie was more thrilled about it than Mac, but he seemed okay with it. It’s not the same, however. Fort Wilderness is closed, and doesn’t have the same feel as before. Or ...
We had driven to Anaheim for one sole reason, Disneyland. So we grabbed our tickets for the next day, whilst stopping in an IHOP (International House of Pancakes), and stuffing our faces. We had the extra excitement of the Disney trip mot being a usual one, but a one off day with the park being open for 24 hours, 6am - 6am. Although we had no intention of making the morning shift, we had our eyes set on seeing the night through. We woke ...