Pacific Palms Resort & Conference Center
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to see was Kobe Bryant, and we all applauded his every move and each basket he shot, especially Sam. Rotations were high as it was only a preseason game, but it was awesome to see Kobe in action, even though the Lakers lost by 15 points or so. The Warriors shooting was exceptional, and the night was something we will hold dear for a long time. Absolutely brilliant - basketball at its best. Home late and straight to ...
... built up the courage to hit the huge, looping roller coaster California Screamin', which absolutely blew him away. Thrilling, super fast and unforgettable. So much so that he even went on it again later in the day! We then accompanied Amy on the Little Mermaid ride again, before Ginny, Dave and Amy took the plunge on Grizzly River Rapids - and got drenched. Sam avoided that one - smart or scared remains to ...
... we have ever had. The whole sandwich melted in our mouth. The flavour was intense and absolutely delish. We then decided that we would walk all the way back to the fishermans wharf. Have you ever tried walking up an extremely steep hill in San Francisco???? Not an easy task to do. But, we did it, we walked our way up Nob Hill, through China Town and down to the wharf. We went and checked out the seals at ...
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 ...
... 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 ...