Holiday Inn Express San Dimas
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... I'm getting a good 4G signal from T-Mobile up here on the hill and can “Hot Spot” all I need.
I elect to stay on the hillside for a few dollars a day less rather than down slope near the Lake. It is a wonderful view. Casey awakens on our first morning, whips out her binoculars and almost immediately spies a pair of nesting Red-tail Hawks about a couple hundred feed down the canyon from our RV.
The RV repair is a major ...
... thing of a superhero short film. It was OK but just silly. We left and thank god we did as we just made it to the last bus - typical us. I wouldn't normally wear a seat belt but for some reason I thought I'd put it on. Everything was fine until we needed to get off but the seatbelt was stuck. Somehow I'd plugged it in backwards and it wouldn't come apart. Dais was laughing so much but we had to get the bus driver to come up and undo it for me. I did think we'd have to cut it or ...
LAX Saturday evening. Waiting for flight and I'm sitting across from a women itching herself. Lifting her dress and showing her tummy. Wth? Flight leaves in about a 1/2 hour. Overbooked and asking for volunteers $300 voucher, hotel, and next day flight. Would take it, but not sure when it would ...
... were many lunch options and the site has lots of shady places to sit in to take a break from the movie mayhem. We went for the American diner giving the Flintstones BBQ with the largest turkey legs I have seen. We eased in with the 4D experience of the Shrek movie.Then the Simpsons roller coaster simulation, Minon Mayham. Munz and I braved the Jurassic park tower with the 84 foot drop and ...
... Theatre, the Chinese Theatre was closed due to a movie premier that evening. Unfortunately we missed the premier of 'Neighbours' by 1 day!! No more premiers until June\July.
We wandered along the walk of fame trying to find actors that we had actually heard of, eventually we found some. LA is much more hustle and bustle in comparison to San Francisco. There were people trying to sell things every inch of the street, from ...