Holiday Inn Express Newport Beach
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... way, they fill up their busses, vehicles and motorcycles with people or supplies. Squeeze another one in.
You might find a western style toilet, but there will not be toilet paper for you to use. Be prepared.
Not to be forgotten - the end of meal digestive aid we were given at two restaurants. It was made up of tiny pieces of sugar, anise seeds, fennel seeds and a few other dried things... which tasted like potpourri would if you ate ...
... Hotel which we were very happy with, even though it is close to the Freeway. We checked in and then did some much-needed grocery shopping before heading back to the Hotel for a swim in their awesome outdoor pool and spa - probably the best of the trip. Early to bed for the first time in a while, conscious of the fact that we only have four days left in the United ...
... erased from my face. It felt like I was just hanging out with girlfriends that I've known for ages, yet only just met them. It's such a strange concept, but I don't think anyone outside of this TIU community will understand what that's like. We didn't get to meet K&K, but meeting the other girls was just as important to me.
My feet started to hurt, so off to bed for me to prepare for an early morning workout the next day.
... park as we knew there was so much to see over there too. Even though Disneyland park was just as if not more chaotic than the first, I think I preferred this park just because it had more of a magical feel to it and lots of the characters were walking around and there were lots of people dancing & singing randomly throughout the park. There were so many kids dressed up in their disney costumes too, was so cute. There were some fantastic rides ...
... I cannot share about the ride, but it is amazing behind the scenes. Off for a private tour of Carthay Theater Restaurant. The restaurant is a replica of the theater in Los Angeles where Snow White premiered. The decor was focused on the 1930's. No food, just a tour where we also got to go into the exclusive club 1901. Uncle Bob really enjoyed this stop as there were many old pictures of Walt and press clippings about him.