Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Anaheim - Fullerton
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... spaghetti and meatballs, although he wasn't too impressed with his! We guzzled down a few glasses of wine and then headed for the airport. Out of all the places we have been so far, I could actually see myself living in L.A. It just seems so chilled back and very pretty. And of course its pretty much summer there all the time! We waved cheerio to Rick and Liz and headed into LAX for our next flight. No more free days offered unfortunately!! Just a long 11 hour flight ahead of ...
... see Teenage Ninja Mutant Turtles in the Chinese Theatre. Saturday night in a famous Hollywood cinema and there were 5 other people there...! The film itself is really good and brought back some memories of watching the cartoon as a kid - COWABUNGA!
On our penultimate day we went to Venice Beach and people-watched again - there were some interesting characters about. This is where we also found out that public transport in the US is terrible. They have ...
... musical...? Was a good as we remembered, Melbourne show had just as much talent. I was surprised that the boobs seemed real on the LA stage & that was a highlight for Jase & Jordan. We've just found the meaning of grid lock on the way home, Jordan made it 5 mins down the road before snoring. Anyway 'cultured' out now - will probably be asleep before ...
... way round before deciding to wait on a corner so that I could make a quick dash when I saw it approaching. The ride to Santa Monica was interesting with commentry provided. I got off for lunch then back on again and caught the red route which went around Beverly Hills. It was fun looking at the posh people shopping and all the fancy cars on Rodeo Drive. By the end I was getting tired and sunburnt so stopped off for dinner before walking ...
... and WiFi as your phone will automatically download email and data which can be very costly. Only enable WiFi when you are in a free WiFi zone and then turn it off when you are done.
Call your phone carrier to as if there is a international pricing plan that you can put in place for the period you are out of the country. These plans will allow some discount, but calls and WiFi are still very expensive. You can ...