Warner Center Marriott Woodland Hills
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but I like her deck plan the best. After the shortest embarkation ever (20 minutes), I found my stateroom. My afternoon consisted of muster drill (where you learn about safety on the ship), a 5-mile run, and hanging out in the Elite Lounge (snacks and drinks with other frequent travelers). I have to admit, going to dinner by myself made me a little nervous. I selected late dining at a table for 8, hoping to increase my odds ...
... to say I won't be calling up and booking in any time soon. Went through Beverly Hills too which was cool. We hopped off the bus at Santa Monica pier and it's just so cool there :-) it's the end of Route 66 and it's also where Forrest Gump turns around and heads back home from his big run :-) the beach is amazing, Kev and Michael went for a nice swim while Steve, Brian, dale and I wandered around the pier. Was such a nice hot day, we are all pretty ...
... to the airport. I arrived at Canberra airport with 30 minutes to check in, do security and get my **** on the seat.
It was cold -6c and that caused some issues for the plane. Apparently it needed to be de-iced. I had never thought of that in Canberra. We boarded and the door closed and we waited. And then we waited some more. Here was a hostie at the front pulling faces at me – the plane was silent. Totally silent – no ...
... and had to walk around 25 minutes for the next bus. We then headed for Griffiths park and walked up to the top off the hill which took around 45 minutes. It was well worth it. From the top you could get a great view of LA, and of course the Hollywood sign. Lots of pictures later, we decided to check out the observatory. It was like a museum for the earth and skies. Not one to miss out on a little education we walked around the two story observatory, learning all sorts. ...
... meet on your flight...as entertaining as he was.
Now I am sitting in my first class seat - ready to put away the computer and try to sleep a bit more. I must have slept because I was definitely jolted when the flight attendant made an announcement and put on the lights so we could acclimate ourselves before landing in Newark. We only had a bit more than an hour to get to a different terminal via a shuttle and make our ...