Sheraton Anaheim Hotel
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... out! Saturday was spent queueing... a lot! The flight was just over 11hrs long, but went ok - mainly due to the very clever back-of-seat consoles we had. There was plenty of choice of films, TV shows and games to keep us all amused. Jenny watched Gravity, and Divergent. Beth watched Divergent too, and also Jurassic Park and half ...
So we landed in LAX and took a shuttle to the international airport of LA. When we stepped out of the door, we were greeted by a blast of humidity and heat. We went to our gate and started our 3 hour layover to Narita airport.
We had money left over from earlier at the DIA, so we used the remainder of it here, seeing as how US currency will be no use in Japan. I had an amazing Margherita pizza and it was huge. Lainie got a big huge tub of French fries and Jack ...
... so many of the hobos spent their time downtown. I mean, Hollywood and the sickening wealth of Beverly Hills are right there (although, I do suppose that the Beverly Hills cops would be on to them straight away if they were caught anywhere near Katy Perry's house). Even so, the bus to Santa Monica was free for us because the machine was broken, but only $1.50 for 16 miles normally. Surely the seaside is more appealing than a street corner in downtown LA. If you can get ...
... the pier had a historic carnival/funpark, complete with an original 1946 carousel, one of only 3 left in the Californian area. The pier is also the end or beginning of the route 66.
After a full afternoon we dined out at the Californian Pizza kitchen situated on 210 Wilshire Blvd with Stacey. The pizzas were out of the box! Meaning not normal. The California Club Pizza was more like a salad on a pizza base. The service too was amazing.