Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Pasadena/Monrovia
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- Swimming pool
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... Sometimes I found it quite confusing because I always started to speak English assuming that we were in the United States, the official language of which is English, but everybody kept replying to me in Spanish.
Later we drove to Hollywood Boulevard where we had dinner.
Day 2: September 21, 2014
In the afternoon we went to Downtown Disney that features waterfront dining, unique shops and exciting entertainment options at Walt Disney World Resort. ...
... however. Moving quickly through the queue for rides meant that it was impossible to chicken out while we waited, which I think Michael regretted when riding on Krusty the Clown's virtual roller coaster (yes, I said virtual roller coaster.... It wasn't even the real thing!). I looked over at one point and saw Michael looking a little green, sweating profusely and looking like he'd ...
... pretty god movies as my star ratings indicate.
I slept a little and the flight time was mercifully shorter than the other way being about 12½ hours vs 15.
We arrived in LAX at around 8:30, 2 hours after our scheduled arrival, which meant by the time I cleared immigration and got my luggage and then changed Terminals I was probably going to miss my 10am connection with Spirit - which I did.
... this yelling and here was the gardener pulling dad toward the house as fast as he could. My dad used a walker at the time and had trouble moving fast. By the time dad and the gardener got in the house, my dad's head was covered with bee stings! Mom and I were horrified. At the same time the gardener’s sister knocked on the door to pick him up. She saw my dad and said very calmly bring me some tweezers. She and I must have removed 100 ...
... to full blast and headed home for cold beers. Jen is working tonight, which is fine as we have all of our packing to do. This includes transferring our Gin supplies to empty tonic bottles so we can smuggle the illicit liquor aboard the Island Princess tomorrow. At least that's our plan. We are heading back to the airport in the morning to get our transfer to the ship. I'm predicting that there will be tears. Jen and Pam might be quite sad ...