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... on our FB group page, then we sent the students off (in groups of 4 or more!) to use the restroom and/or grab a quick snack to bring onto the plane. Most of us (me included) were starving because we hadn't had anything to eat yet, so the majority went straight for food. We are a little over 5 hours into our first leg of our flight. We should be landing in Newark in less than an hour. I'll be happy at the chance to stretch my legs. I can't seem to get ...
... passports away and with our cruise cards in hand, and proceeded to the boarding area … only it wasn’t a boarding area. It was full blown security. I had to throw the water out in my bottle - something I’ve never done before when boarding a ship.
After the normal screening process, we were directed to a table to log in our wine … Judy and Phil had two bottles and we carried on another two bottles for them. The Princess crew there ...
... did we come from. She the proceeded to tell us her brother & father from Toowoomba were in the car out front!! Small world. Flight at 7pm. Alaskan Airlines- wouldn't recommend them!! Poor Katelyn had a bit of a hassle getting through, and all in the end because the dumb broad entered her name incorrectly. We had a change over at Seattle,then onto LA landing at 11.45. Cab to our hotel & goodnight. All a bit ...
Slept in a bit & decided we would be big kids for the day & visit Disneyland. Didn't hit the road till 11ish & weren't anticipating the traffic & congestion in the suburb of Disney which is a town in itself. We were expecting it to be like Dreamworld on the Gold Coast were you park out front, buy tickets & enter. But it was full on & there were Police directing traffic to available parking which took close to 45 minutes from ...
... we got a bus and a train to central LA and walked or legs off. We visited the Southern California Flower Market then the amazing shopping stalls of Santee Alley which was sort of like Temple market in Hong Kong or even Victoria Market in Melbourne.
A taxi ride took us to City Hall where we went through a security check before taking the elevator up to floor 27 to the observation deck. What an amazing view of LA in every direction, not ...
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