Good Nite Inn Sylmar
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... needed to upgrade our car due to luggage. This is probably the only thing that travel agent didn't get spot on. Expensive upgrade but needed to be done. We finally got to Anaheim, stopped on the way at a Dinner called Peggy Sue's. Huge lunch no need for dinner ...
Today we finally depart Hawaii and it dawns on us that soon we will be home. We are breaking our journey in Los Angeles ( five and a half hours flight time away) for a few nights at Disneyland, Anaheim. We have been to the Disney parks at Orlando and Paris, so this is a chance to complete the set (at least as far as the Western Hemisphere is concerned). The journey is uneventful apart from the fact that we have to ...
... where I had been dreaming about trying the banana, peanut butter and chocolate beer for over a year after seeing it on TV. Unfortunately, it was not worth the wait. We then drove up the road to another brewery where I had a couple of pints of cider and my first ever bowl of clam chowder. It was absolutely delicious (the cider and the chowder). After we'd had our fill, we headed up to the Astoria lighthouse which looks over the town for a beautiful view. The day ...
It's been a bit since the last update, so this one's covering Thursday and Friday. Since today (Saturday) isn't over yet, I'll save it for later.
Thursday, was our first class session. Our class was at Jim and Karen Covell's house in West Hollywood. We overestimated how much time it would take us to get to their house and showed up about an hour early. Luckily there was a park near by and our whole group hung there and watched a group of little kids play soccer ...
... Rome, also to Greece, Dubai and can happily say i was smart enough to leave with my money and smarts. Yet i come to, of all places Venice beach and friggin get scammed :(
I paid with my travel passport, which I realized, when I checked my bank account later on, they like to add taxes on, and their own tips of whatever they like, without me knowing. So they decided tax and tips they would hit me up for on top of ...