Hilton Garden Inn Irvine East / Lake Forest
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... loads, which is probably a good thing as even what I bought was well expensive! Before leaving, we, after some persuasion, see the Pixar parade which was cool too. Jake wouldn't stay for the Mad Hatter's Tea Party, so we went back to the hotel. Our feet were hurting anyway: as was my purse. I have enjoyed our Disney adventure, I just wish Jake had and had embraced it more. It hasn't been as amazing as we had hoped, but not absolutely ...
... 8211;American War, Los Angeles and the rest of California were purchased as part of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, thereby becoming part of the United States.
Nicknamed the City of Angels, Los Angeles includes Hollywood and leads the world in the creation of television productions, video games, and recorded music; it is also one of the leaders in motion picture production.
We left early as the drive into Los Angeles is ...
... him further. Only time can tell As for the rest of us we had the entire day to go meet industry professionals who wanted to talk to us. Although the lines were long (up to two and a half hours), they were well worth the wait. We had a great opportunity to have valuable one on one discussions. It was really important we made a good impression and asked questions - and we are confident we did so. Some of the agents were looking for clients and others ...
Today Monday we were up at 8.30 am to get to the park to go across from Disneyland to Disney California Park Adventure land. There were lots in the queue and you have to get your bags searched first before you line up. There were 20 queues with 100 in each queue already. We got the map because this park is fairly new and walked to the back of the park to the Cars Ride through Radiator Springs. It was a 50 minute wait and then a 10 minute ride. It was awesome we managed to ...
... pleased that it was closed. We ended the day with dinner at The Cheesecake Factory. We learnt from our visit to the one in Hawaii that like every restaurant here, the portions are huge, so we were satisfied with just an appetizer for our main. White Chocolate and Raspberry Truffle Cheesecake is now my new fave! Tomorrow we are going to Universal Studios which should be fun, although there is meant to be a storm hitting tonight, carrying through to tomorrow, so we shall see how it goes. ...