Park Inn By Radisson Covina
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NOTE: I'm switching to this travel blog called Travelpod. It doesn't let you control the photos the way I want, but it is better than the one I was using (blogspot). It just groups them down at the bottom of the page, so please be sure to click on those below to see the pictures and their captions or you can click on 'slide show' if you prefer.
... a unfamiliar yellow light,like a star kissing the sun.as we drew nearer to this unknown radiant magnificence,it struck us that it is the fearsome beast that Barnabas Collins once spoke of in his tale "dark shadows".it was one specimen I had yearned to gaze my sight upon yet again in my forever changing universe.it smelt familiar,an oily tinge if you will,a smell,a sense, that I had witnessed before.then over the hill it came,into clear view,so ...
... nice, and Kim Manos, saw Justin Taton. Funny Sarah got approached for comp and bens role in Amsterdam and they didn't tell her grade, so bad! Also found out my role evaluated as a c - 'I told you so' springs to mind! Went to Italian restaurant with Sarah and Ann Adams, lovely ...
... right scaredy cat. But he got taught a lesson when we all got past a 'statue' of Frankinstein that we wondered was really a person but didn't jump at us- did jump at dad and made him jump back about 3 feet! Never again.
Jurassic Park was really cool water ride but I preferred the Transformers and Mummy ride.
I had a really cool birthday and when we got on the plane mummy and daddy had bought me a cake - a muffin and I opened my ...
... knew how to get as close to the sign and possible which resulted in a great photoshoot. It was unbelievable that we were actually standing there, underneath those big white letters that play such a big role in the showbiz. The journey then continued to Griffith park and the Griffith observatory which is home to a planetarium and also offers a great view over the city of LA. Los Angeles is massive and does not really have one city center. Rather, it has a number of neighbourhoods such ...