HYATT house Cypress/Anaheim
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... when she goes on tour.
We were feted at Spago, "the flagship of Wolfgang Puck's dining empire.". Stupendous food, fun company and this is what I learned: The M embroidered on our elegant bed bolster in our room is not for Montage ... it's for Martin. The Levines' bolster has an L, the Burns' a B. Over the top.
It was an amazing week. Happy to be heading home. Love to all, Georgia
... but we were also encouraged to walk around and find our own ideas and angles. Next we went to Makapu’u Point lookout, a coastal lookout below Makapu’u and then to Waimanalo Bay. We then drove down a street with a view of of the Ko’olau Mountains before heading to breakfast in Kailua at Kalapawai Market. Our final stop was at a waterfall which is on private property so we were the only ones there. I enjoyed the tour a lot and while I had been to most of ...
... life; even the pizza deliveryman is invited in to join us. She’s an honest, faithful friend who shows compassion and empathy, and is rarely judgmental. Her friends know that their secrets are safe with her. She accepts and forgives quickly, and doesn’t hold grudges. She enjoys talking, and can’t live without a phone nearby. Her phone has often interrupted many of our Scrabble games and ...
They're not wrong you know. Everything is MASSIVE here. I seem to have spent the last couple of days just walking around saying "Serge! have you SEEN the size of this?!" and "Jinny, just look, LOOK at that bottle of wine!" It's like living in 'Honey I Shrunk The Kids'. But that was one of my favourite films as a kid so I'm pretty golden right now. As long as the insects don't turn out to be ten foot high that is.
The first few days here were ...
... This lounge had tons of space with a lot of seating options. They also had a legit breakfast buffet with offerings similar to the Air Canada Lounge. I noticed this lounge was pretty crowded though. If I had to choose between the lounges, I would choose Air Canada's lounge, but United Club did impress me.
After the hanging out in the lounges, we headed to my brother's gate because his flight was departing before mine. After he got cleared ...