Holiday Inn Select Diamond Bar
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... caused by the massive amount of hair product she had in her flawless locks but apparently in this city, reading giant cards of words is a skill worthy of employment. During our short stay in the City of Angels, stars were also searched for in Malibu, the famous Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills and Studio City with no luck. We then decided to hit up Tinseltown (Hollywood) and settle for the look-alike celebrities that pose for money. With this illusion in ...
... for this) scrambled eggs, chicken sausage and baked beans...just zapped and served up...ooo nasty.
The Robbo's, we all had the refreshing option, however the little boy and his dad sitting next to me picked the EGGS...needless to say the poor little fella ended up vomiting the gourmet option...
Polly popped up the window shutter and bang sunshine...we must be close now!
The seats and trays up-right, flight ...
... The old stalling problem we had when we first got the van started up again. In the middle of driving, the van just stalls and turns off. It always turns back on, but it's pretty hard to get on down the road that way!
Even so, we managed to make the 2 hour drive to Austin where Jacob's cousin, Nicole, and her family lives. We had a great time with them. We ate delicious BBQ and Mexican food. Hung out with their adorable babies, and watched FSU win the ...
... On our way back we came across the worlds laziest dog, she's actually a red heeler from Australia! The owner brought her back here and she's been loving the California lifestyle... there is a pic of her posted below, trust me, you won't miss it! As we continued our walk I was mobbed by two young drunk guys who decided to serenade me and spin me around singing only to spill his beer down my leg when we had a picture at the end... I actually didn't know what to do ...
... finally hit me
how much of an immense trip this is going to be when i got on the plane.
Flight was really smooth and ended up sitting next to a bloke from Melbs
who had done Antarctica, Galapagos, the arctic, everest base camp and
kilimanjaro so he was interesting to talk to. I told him i was doing south
america on a budget so kinda hoped he would give me a lift from LAX to my
accom as he had a car waiting ...