Wingate by Wyndham Los Angeles International Airport LAX
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWingate by Wyndham Los Angeles International Airport LAX Inglewood
Summed up our stay perfectly. After being in transit from Sydney, the Wingate wasted no time in making us feel welcome. Excellent room service via LAXdiner.com
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Once the plane was cruising round 35000ft dinner was served, rice and chicken. Deanne watched "Monument Men" and I played with my selfie. One of our inflatable cushions sprang a leak (what a jip) but apart from not being a contortionist we were reasonably comfortable. The occasional flight attendant "BONG" woke me during the night thinking it was …
To bed late and up early, thanks to the 5:30am Wednesday garbage truck that I'll miss like a slug in my salad. Gave myself a shave and a haircut - two bits - then drove Deanne's car over to her Auntie's place in Quakers Hill (Leon and Sue are looking after the Silver Lady while "...the Indiana wind and rain cuts thru me....") - see it in Spring. …
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