Quality Inn & Suites by Convention Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... washing, I passed on getting together for dinner. Liam thinks I am a mean mum, but doing the laundry tonight means that it will hopefully dry in our room over the next day or two. We will have fresh clothes and tomorrow we can go out and explore rather than do washing! Instead we went across the road and had subway for dinner. One of Liam's back molars fell out, so it looks like the tooth fairy might have to make a visit tonight in LA. ...
... wonders of the world. I caught the bus first to a village where we had a look around at various stalls and had lunch, before heading to a sinkhole for swimming and a tequila museum. We then got to the major feature itself - Chichen Itza. Include in the tour ($55 total for all I mentioned - usual price is $75!) was a guided tour. The sun was absolutely FEROCIOUS (I'm averaging around 3 litres of water a day here) and I was glad when it went behind the clouds. The tour ...
... Tuesday and after a smooth exit we were in the maxi taxi on our way to Sunset Boulevard- driven by an animated Ethiopian driver who acted as our personal tour guide as we navigated our way through peak hour traffic (did he really think that five over sixties who had just one hour of sleep would be in the LEAST bit interested). Hollywood, here we ARE - our home away from home for the next 5 days. It is all downhill from here. #Day1#Fab5 still ...
... allowed us to understand our roles in the game plan and within the team, it has set us up for a good season. Very grateful to get this opportunity and build a great culture within the team
Was a great experience and I enjoyed every minute of it. Before we came here I thought that the rugby was going to be the dumb parts of the tour but because we have become better and closer as a group and as a team, it was one of my favourite parts of ...
... most terrible way. He had a deep hatred of smart cars and though Los Angeles was the most ridiculous place in the world. He shouted at drivers on the freeway (that we were driving by, not even on) and spent a lot of the time talking to himself and answering questions he asked himself whilst referring to himself in third person. It was an experience to say the least! But we did get to see The Magic Castle, the Capitol Records building, the church used in Sister Act and ...