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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMikado Hotel Los Angeles
This hotel was quite nice, with all sorts of little added comforts, like toilet seat warmer with bidet attachments (which I didn't use, but appreciated the thought.) It was located next to a little Asian themed mall about 2 blocks from the Union Station.
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8am breakfast buffet for $12!! Hella yeah. On the menu - Oats! Oh man, I've never been so excited to finally smash some oats down, just like back at home. Going from eating a whole cup of oats sometimes twice a day, to none, was definitely an easy transition. But it felt so good to know I could get something healthy! Though I even didn't touch it. I went straight for pancakes, bacon, bacon, bacon, eggs, bacon, French toast, bagels.. And way more!! ...
... bowling in the Quasar nightclub. I can't believe I've only just discovered half of these ship activities on the last day!
Ted and I then went to the buffet lunch. That had to be the highlight of the meals with two chocolate fountains and decorative ice sculptures. When I saw that trivia was on the radar, Ted and I raced off to join a team and can happily say we won again (although I needed to name all the Von Trapp children).
Since there were no more cooking shows ...
... in the hire car. Our pre-dawn start was intended to avoid detection at the campground, but it also worked out well because - after eating breakfast in the car and grabbing a cheeky coffee in Sedona - we arrived at the Slide Rock State Park bang on opening time to find we had it all to ourselves. It's a great little place: a stunning red rocked canyon with a natural 80ft slide where the soft sandstone has been smoothed by the water. Matt's expressions in the photos should give you ...
... dancing with all of us in the crowd. She danced at the table next to us, and performed the most awesome version of Stevie Wonder's 'Living in the City". Superb. We smiled on the way home... The way home was a crazy taxi ride down the 405. Freeway driving is like a video game. Parts of Grand Theft Auto come flashing back. I was tempted earlier in the day to do a handbrake turn in front of a security UPS van and jump out and start shooting till the driver got out. ...
... the local boogie boarders for a long time. I’d never seen anything like it before; these people were so good at it!
Dinner was a 6:30pm reservation at Duke’s. I requested and got a table on the rail. I had a Lava Flow to drink, salad bar (included with your meal) and Puleho style beef tenderloin served with garlic mashed potato before tackling the Hula Pie for dessert. I loved the spoon they give you for the hula pie; I wish more restaurants gave you ...