Hampton Inn And Suites Los Angeles - Anaheim - Garden Grove
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... and beauty that surrounds her. She is the most photogenic person I know, often looking half her age.
She is a law-abiding conservative, who believes in God and loves her country.
She has pierced ears, and a well-hidden purple star tattoo on her tooth.
She is a superb dancer, who can make aerobic type moves all night long.
She is a clotheshorse always in fashion, ...
... sipped on some well crafted cocktails at a bar that looked like an old English library. On Saturday we got up with a determination to do everything LA. We started by taking the tram to the famous Getty art museum high on a hill. This huge, beautiful museum boasted picturesque gardens and grounds with spectacular views of the city. We spent hours wandering the gardens and one of the complex's huge buildings housing incredible collections of artwork. After the Getty, we ...
And the final chapter has begun, after a week chilling in LA catching up on sleep, catching some rays by the pool and generally having a rest I flew up to meet Katie in San Francisco on Sunday to start our trip. After spending a few hours at the airport Katie landed and once we found our hire car we were on the road. Though it took us a little while to get out of San Francisco because of various navigation issues we eventually found our ...
... to the beach.
Driving takes up a lot of time when you’re sightseeing in LA but I still kind of enjoyed the driving part. I liked to look at everything around me. It’s just very interesting. We stopped at Walmart. Oh my goodness, I’ll pop pictures down below. I found so many weird and cool food items (we didn’t go to the rest of it). We got a big packet of fresh strawberries for just three bucks (NZ). The pictures will tell. ...
We are in New Zealand! First of all, travel here worked out extraordinarily well. We were questioning whether it had been worth it to do a 24 hour layover...cost $$$ and we felt like we were just killing time. BUT...we got to the airport early and refreshed so didn't freak out ( publicly at least) when the Air New Zealand lady told us we didn't have visas for Australia ( you don't need them for New Zealand) so they couldn't let us board the plane. Fortunately, you can buy visas ...