Hotel Casa 425
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We made a quick stop for some Mickey Ice Cream bars to refresh everyone. It was still very hot and humid, but better than being in Hollywood. Josie and Cheryl had found an area with live animals, so we all trekked back there to see the goats and a calf. Love seeing real animals, even though the goats, plus one sheep, seemed tired and lethargic. The staff said ...
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... spread our stuff over. We caught up with Kieran and Anna who had checked in and were just going to have a bit of break due to being jet lagged.
We relaxed for 2 hours before meeting up with everyone at happy hour. It is more like 3 hours from 4 to 7pm. At 5.30pm some of us caught a taxi to the Honda Stadium to watch the Anaheim Ducks against the Philadelphia Flyers in an ice hockey game. We had a pre-game beer and I had a Heineken in an aluminium bottle which kept the drink so ...
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... hotel and had lunch before having to get back to the Railway Station and my trip home to Anaheim.
The trip home was interesting in that we passed by some lovely little sea side places; a couple I remember are San Clementine and San Juan. They seemed really cute however the houses in this seemed at risk as they were on the edge of cliffs and the landslide signs were not promising ...