Hyatt The Pike Long Beach
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... life. All she does is work, even nights and weekends. A balanced manager is far better at motivating their employees than someone who is ‘all work and no play.’”
“That may be correct,” Cherub agrees, “however, General has been on your case since the day she arrived.”
“You’re right,” I acknowledge. “I don’t know why she picks on me. Like ...
... past the lines of people till you were basically at the start of the line! Definitely worth it!
At the start of the day we'd put our fast pass into 'space mountain' and when we came back to skip the lines of people, excited as we'd heard this was a great indoor rollercoaster, we climbed aboard our rocket ship, traveled through galaxies and ...
... and Rodeo Drive. Next we drove up to Griffith Observatory from which you get a good view of the "HOLLYWOOD" sign and a great view across all of LA. Afterwards we headed up the coast to Malibu for dinner at a Mexican place called Cafe Habana. It's 9pm now and we've talked Ruby out of a late night swim in the hotel pool and candy floss. Hopefully we can get them into bed soon so we get up before 10am tomorrow. We check out tomorrow and head to Disneyland ...
... Our 13 hour flight wasn't too bad but its not fun starting your day at 2am body clock time! So at the restaurant I nearly fell asleep at the table but alas we kept soldiering on and drove to a small Whole Foods Market close by which certainly woke me up because I was blown away by the choice of cookies and pastries and all the delicious things I love to eat! After Whole Foods we went to a shopping mall called ...
... ship at the beginning of this cruise were required to meet at 9:45am in the crew bar area where we would be given our passports and go through immigration. US citizens have never had to do this, because we don't need an I-95. An I-95 is only for every other nationality and is basically a flimsy piece of paper that allows people to go ashore on US soil. US citizens only need to show their laminex cards to go ashore, so I’m not sure why we ...