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... hour walking around the beach/promenade areas. First impressions were that Santa Monica was a bit tacky like Blackpool! Finished the day in Westwood village at a pizza restaurant. Went back to the apartment and was surprised to see Andrew home at 8.30pm! Repacked my cases and went go bed.
THURSDAY - TRAVELLING
Shuttle arrived promptly at 9.45am and I had checked in and drinking coffee in Koru by 11am. Flight was delayed departing ...
Today we left LAX for Greece. So happy someone told us to leave earlier than we planned because the security lines at LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal took us forever to get through. We also found out that at least on Lufthansa Airlines they now limit your carry on to 16 lbs each. So no more carrying your wheel along international bag, instead pack a big ass bag instead, there is no charge and you arrive ...
... there and take it home, but not many shops were selling take away and wanted you to sit and eat. I found a shop that was selling some "egg rolls". After hearing about these egg rolls all my life, I went and got a serve. She asked if I wanted meat or vegetable. I was a bit confused coz I thought they were egg, but said vegetable. When I got them, they were just bluddy mini spring rolls. Sheesh is that ...
... so walked over to Subway for lunch and also picked up a 6 pack of Smirnoffs and Mikes **********ade. Before dinner the kids came to our room where we had a drink and caught up on their adventures for the last week. They had gone for a walk around earlier and found a ten pin bowling alley so we thought that might be fun to do before dinner, it was only around the block so we were there in 5 minutes but when we walked in the place was packed, we felt a little out ...
... made an earthquake happen while we were there, there was fire and a flood and a train came crashing through. But the best bit of all was when we had to put on these 3d glasses they gave us and we drove through the King Kong area. I have never been so scared in my life. It was just so real. All these dinosaurs fighting and sticking their heads inside our carriages, well that's what it felt like anyway. It was just so clever.
After we had recovered ...
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