Mr. C Beverly Hills
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMr. C Beverly Hills Los Angeles
The hotell was great, i really enjoyed staying at this hotell in Los Angeles!!! Go there and check it out!
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... in Australia. I make my way back to my hotel with my backpack weighing me down, It's about a 15 minutes walk.
I arrive at my hotel and walk through the big glass door of the entrance, buzz the elevator and make my way up to my room. Today's adventure was great, now its time for a rest as I fall straight on my bed exhausted. So be ready for day 7.
Yes we gave in and went to Disneyland! We hit lucky and went when it was relatively quiet. With the fast pass system - not quite the same as Alton Towers fast pass - you get a 2 hour window for the most popular rides and have to go in that time slot - anyway the maximum time we queued for ...
... and though not hot by Adelaide standards I wasnt really sure what to expect so did find the heat a little oppressive. Im sure I'll get used to it! So today I time travelled, leaving Adelaide at 9.30am and arriving in LA at 10 am, despite spending over 15 hours flying. Work that out! :) Chasing the sun.
I'm in the U.S! And I'm excited! And thankful to God for bringing me here safely.
Well, off to find Cilla!
... but with dozens of people searching and moving bags, many more, including mine, had ended up... over there.
Thankfully my makeshift zipping and tying had held. I got my bag and got onto my flight to California.
I landed in LA at about 3 in the morning, with about 20 hours to kill before my onward flight to New Zealand via Tahiti. I had been advised that LA was completely impenetrable without a car, but a cheery Huffington ...
I’d like to think that I’m a traveler, not a tourist…Sure, I enjoy and look forward to discovering new places, sights, cultures, and people. But I prefer to experience them not the “regular tourist way” ...When traveling, rather than having a travel agent book my flights and itineraries, I book my own flights and hotels and create my own itinerary. I do a lot of ...