Holiday Inn Irvine Spectrum
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... wonderful ideas for games, prizes, drawings and more. Lets keep brainstorming to add as much punch to this big event to make it really work for us as we can!
We are thanking referrals, their staff and encouraging new referrals to come.
How about inviting the City Council members from Los Alamitos and Cypress?
Perhaps some of the group that Dr. Chang meets with on Mondays as well ...
Gidday from Disneyland. Two very tired people. We were at the park at 9 o'clock this morning and we have just got back to our room at 10 o'clock tonight (and it's only a 5 minute drive). Disneyland to me (Craig), can be summed up in just one word, "Magical!" The Americans can really do big crowds and get them in, out and around fairly quickly and without hassle. As you may have noticed we have Manukura with us on our trip. He ...
... Adventure; a 3 course meal with lobster and an amazing dessert trio. It also included VIP spots to the World of Colour show. The only downfall was Chrissy's disappointment that the Little Mermaid didn't join them for dinner! Raiders of the Lost Ark After hitting rock bottom in the coffee search (Josh was deceived by a LaVazza sign, resulting in the worst coffee yet) Josh struck gold in a most unlikely location...in Venice Beach in between a local 'physician' (aka a ...
... free tickets provided by her work for volunteering during the Disney Half Marathon back in July when we filled and handed out cups of water to the passing marathon runners. That was an experience we won't forget and a fun one! Plus it got us free tickets to Disney and who can beat that especially since they are almost a hundred a head.
We also got kidnapped by Michelle one night to drive around and look at Christmas lights. It was weird with ...
... journey. All this for just $23.00 as I qualify for a senior in the USA. The age limit here is 62 years of age. The train came dead on time and the trip to San Diego went like clockwork. I had a little snack on the train, the seats were large and comfortable and there was plenty of free room in the carriage. I read some of the way and looked out on the Pacific Ocean when we passed that area ...