Travel Blogs from Burbank
We left Austin this morning on American to LAX and arrived after an sleepless night for me. I was worried about my back and dealing with the insurance company. We were exhausted and still faced a nine hour layover followed by a thirteen hour flight to Auckland and the onto Christchurch, so we found a local hotel and slept a few short hours and took a shower and had dinner. This was worth every ...
... small man made vessels(according to Wikipedia!), not all that impressive really considering the hype! Dinner was incredible - I again took trip advisors advice and ate at 26 beach cafe...it was sooo cute with mismatched furniture and a very friendly feel! I had a burger and am ashamed to admit I had to eat it with a knife and fork! It was too huge to pick up!!! I was in bed and asleep by 8pm ready for my 2.30am wake up to fly via EVERYWHERE to get to ...
... modern and high tech ride, but I haven't seen the films to be able to put them into context. Next was the Mummy roller-coaster, I hate roller-coasters. I can skydive, but I am scared of roller-coasters. After I went to a special effects show which was funny, followed by the Terminator 3D. There may have been Arnie on the screen but the actor in the studio was definitely not Arnie. Having been around all the rides and shows, I decided to revisit some of ...
... was the highlight of the tour by far!!!
The Warner Bros museum was the final stop on the tour and here was a display of many of the famous props and costumes from various films and tv shows and upstairs was devoted to everything "Harry Potter".
This tour was by far the best tour that I have taken in Los Angeles and will by far be the **********e to top for the rest of this trip but for now I Leave LA and head south to New Orleans!!!!
... her. It was a peaceful death and we were blessed to spend quality time with her as she knew she was in her last days here in this life. Because she knew she was dying, she was able to say everything she wanted to say, received all her sacraments, and tell those who she loved most how she loved and cared for them. She was also able to prepare for her memorial and funeral masses, choose the music and readings, read over the eulogies that were ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking