Holiday Inn Buena Park Hotel & Conference Center
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... before setting off again, but then popping back to the Love Shack for a better look about. On site they have a greenway bus, converted into a mobile home, made up of all recycled materials and Eco friendly facilities & was very impressive. They sure liked their old buses, another was stocked full of old vinyl records. The court yard was filled with tables, chairs and large ornaments. The art gallery was unique and all created by local artists, some stuff was ...
... the movie, we took a quick walk through Hollywood and stopped to pose for a picture under the street lamps of a classic statue series titled "Urban Light." On Monday after a cute sidewalk cafe breakfast, Tony got to dump a bucket of ice cold water on Alex's head while I filmed, all for the ALS fundraiser ice bucket challenge. We reminisced on our time in LA, amazed at how much we were able to see in such a short amount of time. Thanks for such a fun time Alex! Off to ...
Today we had our second day at Disney and we went round the actual Disneyland park. We started off the day with some friendly competition on Buzz Blasters which is similar to the Toy Story one in the other park but it's Buzz Lightyear & laser guns and you're shooting at actual targets not just at a screen. Then we stumbled upon the Innoventions place where they have all sorts of games consoles and electrical gadgets all over and ...
... would have been lost without it. We drove past Whole Foods Market again and got some more snacks for breakfast tomorrow before our flight! Once we arrived back at the hotel I went for a swim in the pool and some "tanning" in the afternoon sun. I don't even tan, I just burn... But it's nice relaxing next to the pool! We went out for dinner at Vegan Glory again which was super delicious! My favorite dish there is called "See-Ew" which is made ...
... in shaping the leadership.
Perhaps one of America's greatest strengths is its freedom of religion and deep foundations in faith.
The Keynote Speaker with Rajiv Shah, CEO of USAID, one of the most influential people in international aid. We're hoping to meet with him when we return to DC.
So now to work, and lining up the travel and interviews.
We have an extra bedroom, so...