Hampton Inn Los Angeles / Orange County / Cypress
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... you can spin yourself around. Flik's Flyers... You ride a carton around like a hot air balloon. Tuck and Roll's drive em buggies... Just like the dodgem cars. Princess dot puddle park... Somewhere Liam got wet as it was quite warm. Hermlick's chew chew ride... A train ride where the bug ate through food you ride by... Another quick ride Next up was Car's land Radiator springs car Racers... We had fast pass for this but the wait was ...
... of therapy for us if that makes sense.
Thursday: It the morning and early afternoon, I read for the upcoming class, relaxed a bit, and shot baskets until my arm hurt. Max, Jordan, Matt, Luke, and I went to Pizza Rev before class on our way to Bel Air Pres. We had class with Rob Kirbyson again, except this time it was on the casting process. It was yet another interesting talk that was very informative and entertaining. It truly ...
... Likuliku and touched as the staff came out to sing a farewell song and then the manageress (and the Coco the dog) took us out to the seaplane and waved us off! We left Fiji with temperatures of 38c and arrived in LA with temps of 26c. The Beverly Wilshire is a lovely hotel and we have been given a really nice suite, with his and her ...
Today, went to Universal Studios, that was a big mistake, the rest of California went as well, it was ridiculous, you could hardly move, we had to line up for an hour to go on the studio tour. It was interesting, it takes you through the film sets and show you how they do the special effects and scenes. You will see in the photos the cities ...
... bob through Jurassic themed large gates and gardens, past friendly dinosaurs and vegetation before entering the danger zone where things start to become intense. The water starts to rush faster and the ride begins to speed up. Next thing we're in darkness being splashed. And then sunlight... But nothing else except for a long drop. We hit the bottom in fits of laughter and shock reeling from the sudden altitude drop and coolness from the water. We disembarked, ...