Hampton Inn and Suites Los Angeles / Anaheim / Garden Grove
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... at that time.
Although I hated the long flights, I enjoyed spending my school holidays there, I got to see different people and explored little things on my own. The house was enormous (from what I can remember), It had the largest pool and I didn't have the guts to swim because I didn't know how to swim and I was scared if I would drown...Just like on the movies haha!
I went to LA and around its cities back forth for about 2-4 years. I ...
... majority of shots if not exactly where I thought I was aiming. I still feel uncomfortable with the idea of guns in the home and cannot understand how anyone can justify the need for a semi-automatic but I don't see the States giving up their guns any time soon unfortunately.
A final treat in L.A was the occurrence of the Downtown L.A art walk. Starting at 6pm galleries and all sorts of other locations all over Downtown would ...
Early start today as we wanted to be at Disneyland at 9am for when the park opened. We paid $16 a day for parking and $94 each for a day pass into the park. First we headed for Tomorrow land and went on the Star Tours which is a 3D simulated ride. The 2nd ride we did was Space Mountain, which we convinced Sheryl to get on. This was a RollerCoaster in the dark which. Was awesome! Then we into Adventure land and went on ...
... If only we had more time I could have had fruit salad, yoghurt, bagels, cereals. So many choices. The coffee was also amazing with hazelnut milk. We scoffed down breakfast and grabbed a banana and coffee to go on the way to the airport.
The taxi took us past the Pentagon to Ronald Reagan National Airport. It was one of the better organised airports we had been to and was a really pretty one too. In saying that we did go to the ...
... Lots of collector pins and Disney merchandise. We brought bread rolls for lunch and snacks as well. We bought hot drinks at star bucks as other food outlets just sold huge cups of brewed coffee with no milk - tasted like very strong mud, not impressed at all. At Starbucks, I had pumpkin spice latte and it was delicious. John was disappointed with his cappuccino and the froth to coffee ratio (lots of froth and very little coffee). We've ...
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