Fullerton Marriott at California State University
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- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... his skates. I think it was his first time skating!!! Day 2 - I woke up and had a shower. It was a hot shower. Also, Sam showed me how to do the American showers because you have this big metal tap and you gotta hit it right in the sweet spot. We had this shower gel called Paradise Blossom. We had breakfast downstairs in the lobby. I had three waffles, a bowl of Cheerios (I liked the Cheerios better than the Australian ones) and Apple juice. How do you make ...
... including a couple probably in mid 60s who attempted to walk to the bottom of the canyon and back out in a day (despite the numerous signs that say “do not attempt to walk to the bottom of the canyon and back out in one day as you will surely perish!”) They were half way out at 5:30pm, had been walking since 4am, were traveling 10 slow steps at a time and resting for twice as long and they wern’t going to make the bus! Jeans and walking don’t mix kids. ...
After a very early departure from the hotel I arrived to find check in not yet open, but queued with the other fifty people already there. 10 minutes later they started checking in. Pointed out the discrepancy in my Sydney/Brisbane leg. After much discussion, and 2 ...
... the start, we really did love this chance
to see so much and it's made us appreciate what we do have at home
and just with each other even more. We thought we were aware of all
of the above too but it's not until your out there doing it that you
really understand what I'm talking about. As long as you are flexible
and are aware of and understand these factors than all the positive
things will totally outweigh the tougher times and hopefully, like
us, you'll have one hell of a ...
... to be seeping out of the very cracks in the pavement. But it always smells like something. I've never been in a place where my sense of smell has been so constantly assaulted.
Of course, the most obvious smell, the first, is the pollution. Stepping out of the departure doors at the airport, it's like someone's grabbed you by the face and is breathing at you with 90 year old smokers breath in the morning after drinking a tall glass of sour milk. And then ...