Wingate by Wyndham Los Angeles International Airport LAX
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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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... system). After work we went straight to Glendale to have dinner with Katie Leigh, a voice actress who is most known for the voice of Connie from the Adventures in Odyssey program. She had worked on the show from the beginning and it was really neat to hear her story.
Wednesday: Another busy work day at Abel. One thing that was different was we got to watch a instruction session on the Gates Underwater housing for RED cameras. It ...
I wasn't going to mention the flight to LA but there are some things I feel I really need to share with you all. The inflight menu says all meals are prepared by Luke Mangan but I didn't see him once on the flight. Then I guess he is cooking for 300 people he's going to be pretty busy. Then again I don't know what he looks like either so I may have seen him when I think about it. The other thing that I'm really proud ...
... Got complimentary warm choc chip cookies on check in.. So 2 for Andrew. Custom hotel LAX - our nicest room so far. Had Aussie toilets which was homely. Restaurant attached to it -deck 33 was nice. Tasty iced lemon water in the lobby. In a fairly ghetto area. Food highlights Food billboards that show burgers that come with 2 tacos and fries only after 9pm. Eating a large amount of Weiner dogs without the bun.. Mustard is good. Crispy deep fried Apple fries ...
... ever had as our dinner was wheeled in on a table & it had a warmer for the food underneath - crazy! Jase wanted to see Dawn of the Planet of the apes, I was reluctant as I knew I'd probably cry when the apes would no doubt end up getting shafted. What I didn't know was the movie was set in San Francisco - so it was great to see a CG version of the town we'd just left post apocalypse. Relaxed & pampered we crashed hoping our first world problems did not ...
... which I hadn't seen by night. We got some drinks to stay hydrated and walked towards Runyon Canyon for what Cameron said was the nicest view of LA. Arriving at the entrance it was pitch black, but it looked open. I was freakin scared and have to say it didn't give me the greatest feeling ever and totally felt like turning around and chilling with a cocktail at Hollywood Boulevard. However Cameron had me convinced to go up as I was with three guys, what's the worst thing that can ...