Value Inn Worldwide
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Trail and Grizzly River Run. We worked hard. We had two lunches today because that's just how we roll. It may also have been to get access to a preferential viewing area for a show called World Of Colour that ended the night from 8pm. It was amazing. Like Disney on steroids with fire, lights, water and projections. Really very good. So we ate lunch at 12:30ish because we were starving. Then we had a three course lunch at 3:30 at 'Wine ...
... I feel like a deer in headlights. I’m used to Catholic masses, where the priest speaks in Latin, and no one knows what he’s saying. Catholic members are quiet, and either sit or kneel on a padded knee support. It’s difficult for me to stay awake during a Catholic mass – but quite the opposite here.
After the minister finishes his sermon, he introduces the choir. The members enter through two back doors ...
Wow Hollywood, I anticipated that we would hate it but it was alright. That morning we had a lovely drive along the coast through Santa Barbra, Malibu and Santa Monica checking out the beaches and all the mansions before heading to food-van alley for lunch, delicious Sloppy Joes! Then it was time to hit Hollywood ...
... to get to a restaurant. After dinner, we grabbed groceries and came back for a quick swim and into bed early tonight. The hotel has a great fire pit with comfy chairs next to the pool. I could have stayed there for hours.
Redondo Beach is just a little south of LAX and the city proper, but it is a quieter middle class area, with a great beach that seems to get more day use, rather than night life.
... the years. The above ground burials are essential, as if placed in the ground the bodies would eventually float along the water table into the Mississippi River. From our Holiday Inn hotel, we caught one of the classic trams up Canal St into New Orleans, French Quarter. We took in a spot of wonderful shopping in Royal St in the French Quarter( a must do Terri, and best allocate a few hours and drop Pete off at Bourbon St on the way). We wandered down Bourbon St to take in the range ...