Warner Center Marriott Woodland Hills
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... wonders of the world. I caught the bus first to a village where we had a look around at various stalls and had lunch, before heading to a sinkhole for swimming and a tequila museum. We then got to the major feature itself - Chichen Itza. Include in the tour ($55 total for all I mentioned - usual price is $75!) was a guided tour. The sun was absolutely FEROCIOUS (I'm averaging around 3 litres of water a day here) and I was glad when it went behind the clouds. The tour ...
... about an hour up and down
Myrtle Ave and took in some really cute stalls but it was really just
the environement that we were soaking up. Kaitlin wanted a balloon so
choose a horse. Watching her face as she watched the man make it and
then the hilarious photo that followed. Well, see for yourself lol
That night as we ate and wandered we
had the following questions. Are you from Ireland? Near Switzerland?
... central America, while helping people do whatever they will trade for room and board? Honestly, I don’t really know. We both were bitten by the travel bug quite a while ago and although one day soon, like next year, we would love to have children, I guess we felt like if we were going to do this, now was the best time to do it. As simple as that I suppose. I think many people might think it takes a lot of money or lots of planning to prepare for a long term backpacking ...
... nestled around a couple of eateries. The one we have been to up in Los Angeles (Citadel) seemed to have a better mix of stores but less options for food. This area in Orange seems affluent in comparison and the stores reflect it.The cinema had a bunch of kiosks outside it where you could purchase your tickets or pick up the ones you have already purchased on line. Pretty clever. The store staff were all very helpful. It is ...
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The trip up was in a tram-cable car that has a rotating floor while you all stand through the 15 minute trip. It gives everyone an alternating view of the increasingly alpine wilderness of the mountain and the town below. They fit about 80 people ...