Good Nite Inn Buena Park
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- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Buena Park
... sealed box of crazy ....I need to call out that although I feel numb, I remain so damn hopeful that it hurts. Hopeful that this trip will be amazing. Hopeful that this man will be there when I get back. Hopeful that my boxed up life will still fit when I come home. Hopeful that the things I'm sacrificing will be worth it. On the brink of the leaving everything I know, and departing on the most exciting, scary adventure of my life- hope seems to be the only thing ...
... great! It had the comfiest double bed on the bottom floor and then two single mattresses up a ladder into the attic. The next day we woke up early and met our hosts who were very nice. They provided us with a breakfast of cereal, toast, fruit, porridges, tea and coffee and we were thrilled to finally eat cereal with cold, real milk - not warm UHT!! After about 3 bowls each, we decided our plan of action for the day would be to go down to Venice and Santa ...
... prints of famous musicians and bands that had visited. As we stood at the entrance we saw the prints of the Guns and Roses, Bob Seger, Jimi Hendrix, ZZ Top and Johnny Cash. From here we realised the time and the heat. We dropped in to a cafe to get a couple of drinks to cool down. Neither if us could believe that we were in Hollywood. We hopped on the Downtown bus tour to see more on the way back to our hotel. The next day we made the ...
... eggs, spinach, mushrooms & tomato in like a pizza dough which was cooked in a similar oven to a pizza oven. It was really filling and yum. So wanted to try all the cakes but I was a good girl, and got some veggies & fruit for dinner & dessert tonight.
Thought I would take this pic because of the prices. Not cheap to eat meat ...
... down the famous ‘Walk of fame’. The first part of the street was a bit disappointing, many shops were closed and rundown but as we got more central it started looking more glamorous. We saw many famous names even Big Bird, the Simpsons, Peewee Herman and Bruce Lee. There was such a variety and many more names I didn’t recognise.
When we reached a Starbucks (and there was one every other block), we stopped to try one of the local specialities. ...