Quality Suites John Wayne Airport
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... quiz on the table which ended up leaving us giggling like stupid little kids We had decided to drive to LA still even though we hadn't heard about tickets but got a call from Joanne to say that guy who could get them is out of town so that left us wondering whether to still go to universal studios or San Diego zoo tomorrow. We planned to find a McDonald's, get wifi and ...
... a person cant buy a big unit. Any simple, small patio fire pit will possibly be a nice addition in order to this patio. in relation to practicality I needed to consider about the sitting area, so the fire pit can easily set it in the core sitting area, and people won't find too hot.
When we finally visited purchase any fire pit, my buddies started receiving excited, so when all associated with the loved ...
... homeless people and their belongings. Heaps of T-shirt shops that all had the same shirts. Next stop, Santa Monica Pier. Lots of smog in the distance, but not too obvious unless you were looking for a long picture shot. A walk down the pier and a hamburger at Pier Burger. Next stop, Carpenteria Hotel 6 for the night. $74. A drive down to the beach for a sunset picture over the water, then dinner at Rusty's ...
... 8217;re on the 10th floor, so we will get a decent view too. We get to our room, admire the wonderful view we have, and open our Disneyland pack for going into the park. The tickets are magnetic strip cards, which makes sense considering the number of visitors they will have.
We’re not going to Disneyland today – we know we will be tired from travelling. But we planned on heading over to ...
... were driven to the ‘starting block’ where the car behind us actually pulled up beside us ready for a race! At this point I wanted to get out. So did Elijah. But the ride must go on, so the next thing we knew we were going at top speed, on our side around bends and up and down ‘little’ hills. To thrill seekers, this was a ride in the countryside, but to those of us not inclined, this was just a little terrifying! Of course they ...