Days Inn & Suites Heritage Hotel - Fullerton
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We had to get up at 6:00in order to be out of the hotel by 7:00. The in room coffee pot didn't work, so we got some Starbucks in the hotel lobby. Keith sat with the bags while I walked over to Budget to pick up our rental car. This wasn’t in our original plans for this day. Our plan had been to sleep in, get breakfast, check out at noon and then go to the airport and have lunch before our 4:30 flight. ...
... decide Thailand? Are you nervous? Is anyone going with you? That is so amazing! What a great experience." Pinch me. I must be dreaming. I am sometimes even amazed that I have pulled this off so far. I am gravitated to the Thai culture and am amazed by all that I hear and see. I am ready for this almost 'out of body' experience. I want something new. Something crazy. Something full of adventure. Something I can look back at and say, yeah, I did that and it was ...
... so upset over a cat. I, of all people, know that lives are ruined and lost in tragic ways every day. I see it firsthand. The only explanation I have is that there are different elements of sad in every tragedy, and different levels, too.
I suppose that leads into the Boston attacks. I got off work yesterday and only saw a few bits and pieces of the news in the morning before I went to sleep. I just figured it was a freak accident, and at the time there ...
... the time to understand my life experiences and more appreciative reflecting on the past...maybe that is why I like history so much? To learn how to plot your future, you need to take lessons from the past. I'm sure someone has written a much more eloquent quote than mine but you get my meaning I hope.
Posted those crazy hot sauces photos online and hoping Brandon meets the challenge to drink one. Maybe I have to find one that isn't killer hot (don't want ...
Had a full day at Universal Studios, which was fantastic, weather in the mid 20’s so perfect for sightseeing.
We started the day by doing the Studio tour, which takes you to the backlots of the studio were all the filming is done. We saw Wisteria Lane, Dr Seuss’ Whoville, the Psycho House, The plane wreck from War of the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking