Hampton Inn & Suites Santa Ana/Orange County Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is definitely the better. I now contact Dr. Berenson who consults with Dr. Holmes and Dr. Berenson orders a full body X-Ray to determine the level of damage to Rick's bones. Dr. Holmes understands that our family and Dr. Berenson are in Southern California and we need to get down there as soon as Rick is able to travel.
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... experience very much at all but it will certainly go down in my book of firsts and something else that took place in America.
We found a few bargains, had some lunch at Subway, (which was very much like home with some added extras like soup and pizza!) and then worked our way back to the hotel to do some washing and top up our hot spot jet pack. Technical Support was not great here and in most places is very time consuming.
Wandering down Main Street and taking all the shops and people and sights in was quite overwhelming, so much detail we didn't know where to look. We were looking in a store with all things Disney when we heard trumpets sound and out the door we raced to see the All-American College Band marching down Main Street. Tubas and trumpets blared and the rat-tat of the drum set the beat while saxophones, clarinets and a piccolo sounded out the American ...
... Austin, Liz and John for 2 days before we hit the road and head North. Saturday night we squeezed in a great night at the still "retro style" Dodger stadium. All though we were top row the energy was good. Austin, the lefty that he is, discovered what's most likely to be his favorite sport as he grows into a "little man." Great Father's day event for John and myself. There's nothing like watching (Siena squirm in her chair) Owen at a baseball ...