Residence Inn by Marriott Long Beach Downtown
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... stopped to wave hi to every single person sitting in an aisle seat), and played a LOT of cars. No major meltdowns (a little crying when we wouldn't let him try to disarm the aircraft door at 38k feet and anytime Cliff tried to take him out of my sight). For a kid who woke up at 6am and has had less than half of a full night's sleep I'd say that's awesome. We never even had to break out the iPad!
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they all went to a strip club and abdo drove because that's his favorite pastime (especially when hes drunk). his friends tried to talk him out of driving telling him to go home, but for those of you who know Abdul (lena!) theres no talking sense into this guy, especially when ...
... leaned towards the likes of Cher & Bette Middler etc!!! He sure made for a fun trip & was always quick to point out the many many places that we would recognise from movies. 1st stop on the tour was the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, only from outside unfortunately. This is of course the only stadium in the world to house the Olympics twice, in 1932 & 1984! It was interesting for me as 84 was the 1st Olympics I actually remember as a child. From there ...
... There is also one of the best displays of the Periodic Table of Elements. It was interactive and had visualness to it that added a nice learning element to it. To the left of the clock, there was a display on energy found in space. There was also a working Tesla coil (which could only be activated by a volunteer or staff member of the observatory).
I make my way outside, walking around the grounds and around the various ...