Hampton Inn And Suites Los Angeles - Anaheim - Garden Grove
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... hasn't been a problem. The forecast in San Francisco has been for the mid 20s today, which is quite high for early February. It must have been 28 degrees with beautiful blue skies when we stopped at Buttonwillow. As another leg of my trip comes to an end, it's time to reflect on my few days in San Francisco. Last Saturday was a mild and generally dry day and a useful one for finding my bearings. It also had the benefit of being a day when I could retreat ...
... some time in the morning at the airport in Bangkok, Thailand and had to rush to get to our next flight. The airport was beautifully constructed and we needed to go down a spiral ramp to get into our gate. Our final flight only lasted for about 1 hour, so my mom and I chatted, played "Scribblenauts", and ate the meal they served: bread and cheese, bread and chicken (a square of gelatinous pink meat with flecks) and ...
... Mercedes overheard and offered to take me there. A very nice lady though over enthusiastic and not a good listener she ended up dropping me off at a beach further north roughly doubling my route home to a 13mile skate, pretty much all along the beach though and all good except my right leg that did the pushing is stiff as!
The day before departure feeling $15k richer we went to the universal studio theme park. It was pretty cool, especially Water World stunt ...
... ride, but the story and the things to see were amazing and very well done.
After a burger and some fries, we caught the train along the Disneyland Railroad which gave us a great snapshot of the park, with a commentary on the things we'd see along the way, including a fantastic model tens of metres long and several high of the Grand Canyon and 'life in the time of the dinosaurs'. We headed to Splash Mountain which I was dreading as there was a 50 foot drop where our ...
... we said goodbye to 'America’s finest city’ with its perfect weather and its laidback population. A two hour greyhound bus took us to Los Angeles where my dear friend Marc was waiting for us. LA’s public transport system is not set up very well which results in many people travelling by car which in turn leads to enormous daily traffic jams and a thick layer of smog hanging above the city. Marc is my friend Kim’s cousin and when he visited her in Utrecht ...