Park Plaza Lodge Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of that business while I waited on hold with southwest and booked a flight for the next morning. So here I am, the next morning, on a flight that stops in New Orleans (hence the first picture) and goes on to LA. Adrienne will pick me up at noon.
Adrienne and I hiked Laurel Canyon and then Adrienne, Aristotle and I went to this elegant mostly-vegetarian restaurant in Studio City, The Gadarene Swine. ...
... New York time)! We will be starving! We have stayed at this Los Angeles hotel twice before, at the beginning and the end of our last trip. It is close to LAX and close to freeways to get anywhere we need to go easily. We can't believe we only have three more sleeps before our flight home :-( Mitch hasn't found a girlfriend with a father who owns a plumbing business that we can take over, so we are seriously considering option B which is to let Mitch do ...
... lived in Sweden. Really interesting talking to them both and the time went really quickly. Went back to get on loaded and there were lots of staff waiting because Sydney and Melbourne flights went out full so they had transferred over. Onloaded with 50 mins to go and security line was huge. A bit stressful but we made it. After taxiing out the captain said something wasn't working so had to taxi back to get it fixed. After 2 hours on the Tarmac and we were heading home. ...
... water. The splash bit comes near the end with a giant drop. Now because I was by myself, I was allowed to sit at the front of the log. This meant i could film on my phone parts of the ride, but it also meant that I got completely drenched when it came to the big drop! It was a really long ride though, so it was definitely worth it and I would love to do it again. Just maybe not at the front of the boat :P.
After Splash Mountain, we went on the ...
... of a 40" TV screen creating the sports bar atmosphere. Still, Molly looks down upon her patrons, with her portrait relegated to a back wall high above - it may be a subtle way of suggesting that she may very well be looking down from a heavenly Irish pub stool above.
Sentiments aside, today presented one surprise after another.
The plan for today was to meet our LA pals - Tracy, Bill and Clemente - at Molly's for a drink. After expressing ...