Hotel Indigo Anaheim
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... real odd characters. There was a bit of an edge to the place and I guess a good reflection of LA. There were a loads of 3 quarter tennis courts that I used to play as a kid at Hares Leisure McPleasure and plenty of heat being put in a lot of kitchens on court – very competitive. We then went past the famous outdoor gym and muscle beach and Thomas showed the locals his Thai trained guns but still a way to go to match at least ...
... after making bank with a successful mobile marijuana company.
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... some things open and others closed for the winter. A bit strange, but that's America for you!
Our first ride was called the Silver Bullet. This one your feet dangled down and you went through loops and corkscrews at high speed! Kelsi reckoned she passed out while on the ride due the G forces! We found that all the rides here are really short - we are guessing this is to get through the queues of people in the summer season.
Other rides we tried ...
Well the adventure finally starts. What a beautiful
morning we woke up to. That's a lie actually, we were both so excited it was still dark when we awoke, but it turned into a lovely day. Janet (Margaret's sister) had volunteered to take us to the airport, being anxious to get rid of us she arrived early and we were soon zooming off to Heathrow airport. Arrived ...
... did the full program and visited last week we heard they kind of look what people look like and according to that they hand out the places. Both Gioia and me got our tickets in the same section. Before we could enter the waiting section outside we had to go through security check and they took everyones phone away and gave us a number as if you're checking in your coat. We had to wait for quite a bit, but didn't really mind sitting down watching people. Then ...