Residence Inn San Diego Oceanside
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... areas of land available. Since then the film industry has grown rapidly and attracted all the glitz and glamour that comes with it. Our first few attractions in LA were areas to visit rather then actual attractions so we took the car and explored. The first thing we noticed was how many homeless people there are - they're everywhere and although they're not threatening you realise how divided the city is. We made our way to the famous Rodeo Drive and ...
... Cal snoring next to me) but a good nights sleep will sort us out! Callum had arranged some gorgeous flowers and wine for our arrival and the lovely ladies on reception gave us a jar of cookies when they realised we are on honeymoon and waived over $100 worth of parking charges, whoop! I have attached some photos to show a bit of our adventure so far, will take some of resort in daylight tomorrow. We will write again soon!! Sian xx (and a snoring Callum) ...
... I decided I didn't want to sleep, so I kicked it in the alleyway behind a bar and just jammed out to their music for like 4 hours. Little did I know that Foster the People were playing, and once they finished their set they came out back and I got to meet them and chat with them a little. Was an experience most amazing. Then I wandered until I discovered that this little mall had an underground parking center that was heated! So I found a stairwell and pitched my bag and had ...
We came back to the West Coast one last time for two reasons: one to check out Legoland, and two to take a small side trip down the coast on a cruise ship.
For those who have (or know of) young (and not so young!) boys, Lego is THE toy for imaginative creating. For Jakob and Zak, Legoland was like mecca - everything Lego in one place! We spent an expensive, but fun day creating, viewing and playing. The ...
... and opened up her candy shop. They do online orders at www.seasaltcandy.com. We recommend the white chocolate macadamia nut toffee and the chai sea salt toffee. We are currently accepting them as welcome home gifts ;)
Gregg Visintainer is an extremely talented pen and ink artist. He creates detailed works that revolve around a theme and contain hidden words, pictures and dates. You have to go to his website to truly understand how awesome it is: www.vizartink.com