La Quinta Inn & Suites Hawaiian Gardens
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This park was so much better for our age group of kids and us to be honest. We started in the lower lot and managed to ride on Transformers, Jurrasic Park and the Mummy all of which were unbelievable and well worth a measly 20 minute wait. The wait times soon shot up in the afternoon and some people were waiting two hours. The afternoon consisted of a studio tour, the new despicable me ride and The Simpsons then homeward bound for ...
... was jammed. Cheryl parked the family at a table in the shade and went to get the food. This is a difficult trick for any park to pull off: feeding a couple hundred people all at the same time. It took about 45 minutes to get lunch, but after that all was well. Mark even found a completely shaded spot at a table. The food was good – Mel makes a great burger! We’d have to say we like the number of outdoor tables that Universal had. Disney ...
... connected to the Dolby Theatre which has a massive shopping centre, a Starbucks for mama's caffeine fix and the theatre they use for Premieres. We had a little rest and then headed out for a mooch. There was press and paparazzi everywhere and we found out that Melissa McCarthy was premiering her new film 'Tammy' so we waited for about two hours just in case we got a glimpse. We did see a couple of celebs including the guy from 'Couples Retreat' which was pretty cool. I also ...
... is more important than you realize. The fact is, you don't want someone you aren't comfortable with inserting sharp objects and drills into your mouth. You really want to fully trust the person who is doing this. Sometimes it's completely normal to have personality clashes with any person - and that includes a dentist. For anyone who has children, this issue can ...
... months in Germany constantly in and out of surgery, half the time in a coma. Then 6 years in Texas, bound to a wheelchair or a bed."
Six years! Why so long? "Some of it was having to rebuild my hip a couple of times." I didn't press on the rest. I just paused to sip my coffee and shake my head, sensing there was more to come.
"Then my wife left me and my son died." Oh dear God, has anything gone right for this young man?
"So when ...