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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... a late lunch. We were finally heading towards California, our main destination. We pulled over at the Welcome to California! sign, took a picture, and played Phantom Planet’s "California" (theme song from The OC if you watched it) as we crossed the border. The feeling of accomplishment was overwhelming. In just 1 week, we had visited so many beautiful places, did so many new activities, and experienced so much together. Just like at the Grand Canyon, we ...
... comes to people watching.
Not impressed with the Oneworld lounge in TBIT though I'm glad I'll get to see the remodel of the terminal. It does make me smile being surrounded by all of the Aussies in here. This visit is long overdue!
... and stay away from food cravings pangs. This will make it possible for you stay clear of treats sweet, cakes and lots of other folks that have large gram energy.. (6) It's not necassary to purely focus though fully on fat. Imagining of in your possess for just pounds may lead to eagerness also to uneasiness. The particular cautioned or maybe regular weight-loss amount is going to be 1 or two kilos in a single week, however there are lots of calls for somewhat ...
... you could imagine. Coolest thing! Further down the pier was a true American cluster of food. I grabbed a 'funnel cake' and an icy and had my first true American meal (jam packed full of fat and sugar). I managed to get through a quarter of the cake thing before I gave up. It was terribly sweet and you could almost taste the fat that they contain. It was pretty much a deep fried pastry ...
We woke at motel and decided to head to breakfast. We managed to pick up some free croissants and other things, O'Malley claims some fat guy was staring me out at breakfast, but I’m unsure about that. We then packed up and headed down the freeway towards LA. It was a pretty flat boring drive with mostly plyons on the left hand side and vineyards on the right. It eventually started to get more mountainous nearer LA where they would stop and weigh trucks to see if they ...