Riviera Beach Spa Resort
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... just a few streets away from Compton - #waddup #inthehood #ididntchoosethethuglifethethuglifechos eme - at about 5pm. We had a quiet night relaxin and eating dinner in the hotel.
This trip is exhausting at times. We are on the move from sunrise til sunset and after, making the most of every minute we are here. I'm sure I'm draining the life out of Carol.
Next day we were off to Anaheim to stay for 3 days. This ...
... fun for the whole family. Next on out list was the Minion Mayhem ride from the Despicable Me movies. Sam and Amy had been really keen to get on this ride, and it didn't let any of us down - so much so that we went on it again straight away! It was a hilarious 3D ride which the four of us could not stop laughing on - it was so cleverly put together and so much fun. After that we went down to the Lower section of the Park, to three more mature rides - The Revenge of the Mummy, ...
... a coffee at Starbucks, seems to be a little too convenient that these stores are everywhere. Today I sampled their Pumpkin Spice Late' and much to my surprise it was rather nice. All their winter tastes are coming back on the menu and this was one of them. Sounds horrible but was really nice.
Coffee over with we hit the shops. Shopping seems to work well if the boys go one way and the girls go another way. Mainly because we ...
... even later, late November, but I’m just happy that I got the job, and now I’ll have some time to put into turning our new apartment (which me move into this weekend) into a home. I’ve got so many decoration ideas now after traveling.
Anyways…It’s a happy ending. Now life is returning to normal. It was definitely an unforgettable adventure and I learned a lot about myself in the past few moths and hopefully overcome some weaknesses. ...
... grass as a clip from the Lion King was played and when Jack Sparrow made an entrance, also appearing to be striding through the mist on the water, balls of fire and jets of flame shot up from the surface of the water as canons fired. We were about 20 metres back from the edge of the bay, but we could still feel the heat and were still dampened by the spray from the fountains. (You can tell by the detail in this paragraph that this was a favourite of ours!).