Hampton Inn & Suites Seal Beach
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... god! - because it scared the **** out of me last time and Billy would have made me do it again for sure just to torture me.
My favourite rides are still The Simpsons and The Mummy Roller Coaster and Billy enjoyed the old school vibes of the Jurassic Park ride and the Waterworld show. By about 8pm we had done everything there was to do at the park and it was time to go home to pack and get a good nights sleep because tomorrow we are heading back to the land of oz!
... taken outside flat, we set off down Santa Monica Boulevard towards the pier. A few minutes of irritating Sheryl Crow impersonations from Steve, a brief stop to take some photos of the pier and then we were back on the bike path. As was the norm, everyone was friendly and supportive as we rode along the coast. It was the day before Thanksgiving, so a lot of people had taken the day off and were enjoying a bit of sun on their bikes. As we got closer to central LA, we ...
... HNL. If you fly to Kona you can choose non stops from DEN, LAX, SFO, SEA and PHX.
The trip to the hotel took about 10 minutes using the hotel shuttle, although first it took about 30 min for the shuttle to come. The shuttle for the Courtyard is shared with the regular Marriott and it stops there first. The hotel is very close to LAX and I was assigned room 100 on the first floor. The room was a pretty standard Courtyard type room and perfect for a short ...
... it was Vincent who had a keen eye on details and lots of amazing and inspiring stories to tell us about working with Micheal Jackson. The choreography we all kinda know, but now I know exactly what and where and how it's supposed to go. Plus everyone usually only knows the famous part and now i know it all =D awesome!! I felt really blessed and amazing after this great and inspiring class and it definitely kept my hopes up for the rest of week. Menina certainly knows some ...
... and the old amusement pier, to the Venice Beach pier. The area has a good range of unique architecture, some of it being beach style and others looking like 60’s time warp. Nearby Muscle Beach has an outdoor gym on the sand and is where many people work out to show off their bodies. The Venice canals are very foreign being built in the 1900s by some rich dude to look like Venice in an attempt to introduce culture to ...