Radisson Hotel Whittier
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... had a great view of Tokyo, the bridge and Japan's Statue of Liberty. Yes, there is a small one there that they got a couple of years ago for an exhibition and people liked it so much they are keeping it permanently. Well, we tried to do as much as we could and indeed it has been a great trip. We have learned so much about Japan. But we are tired and ready to go home. I hope one day we can visit again. Thank you for allowing us to share this experience with ...
... all Easter today! I had booked a photo shoot with Flytography in the evening by the Santa Monica pier with the talented Alyson from New York. It was very cold and windy (what is up with the weather???!!) but hopefully the pictures won't show that we are almost freezing to death :) The light was amazing on the beach, can't wait to see the final shots! We finished the day with a bit of lobster and crab cakes at restaurant The Lobster by the pier. Good place and friendly ...
... Monica. It was better than Downtown LA!!! Mum, Gabby and I went to the Gap Kids and bought two pairs of jeans, two shirts and one jumper for $80!:) In Perth, all of that would cost around $200! We then went shopping on the streets and afterwards we walked to the Santa Monica Pier. There was lots of rides and lots of things to do! The beach looked really nice too but it was too cold and spread out. We had dinner at Bubba Gump Shrimp Company. I had fish and ...
... bob through Jurassic themed large gates and gardens, past friendly dinosaurs and vegetation before entering the danger zone where things start to become intense. The water starts to rush faster and the ride begins to speed up. Next thing we're in darkness being splashed. And then sunlight... But nothing else except for a long drop. We hit the bottom in fits of laughter and shock reeling from the sudden altitude drop and coolness from the water. We disembarked, ...
... Calgary at 10:15pm and waited in a long, tired and subdued line of people to clear customs in Canada. The baggage carousel squeaked into action, dumping bag after battered bag onto the conveyor belt. Nomes found her suitcase after a few circuits, but I was still waiting for mine. 20 minutes later - still waiting. We were tired and a bit past it - I walked around the carosel - some bags had been taken off so that other people could get their's. No suitcase. Great. There was a ...