Residence Inn San Bernardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... called The Cross Eyed Cow, we decided to both go for a Route 66 Sub. I am already missing this sandwich as it was possibly the best sandwich I have ever had. Just amazing.
We then headed on to something rather unusual but spectacular, a forest made out of bottles. An artist has made an amazing peice in his front garden and invites all to come walk around. Everything in it ...
... with Great Grandpa then off to the Angels stadium at Anaheim in the evening for our first baseball game of the trip. The Angels might have lost to Houston but London made it onto the big screen!! Well she did look great in her Angel’s sleep suit!! The subliminal message in the picture we took of the 3 of us at the stadium said it all – written in the advertising hoardings above our heads were the words ‘get to a better ...
... an amazing combination of vanilla ice cream, cookie pieces, chocolate and fudge sauce - delish!!
Friday was slightly more cultures - we went to the California Science Museum in downtown LA, where we saw the space shuttle Endeavour and learnt about how they flew the shuttle into LAX and then transported it through the streets of LA - not an easy task! It was really interesting learning about space travel and the various missions, as well ...
... and I had sun lounge by the pool. Everything is right with the world. Noah took many, many pictures of our sunny son in the pool. It was just one of those lovely moments in time that whizz by too quickly.
The boys played some football and I sat by the pool, and we all tried to pretend it wasn’t getting dark.
We had a very lazy dinner of sandwiches and carrot sticks, which was made all the better by ...
... others were just passing by, being shuttled down on one of the company's quads. Seeing her again in the daylight, I was reminded of those eyes, drawn right back in, having to force myself to glance at the others and not just state at her alone. She had a Mona Lisa smile on her face. Slight. Not entirely readable. But when our eyes met, I did not feel unkindness. Her eyes, kind, emerald and soul seeing, could hopefully see the apology and sincerity in my own.