Sheraton Agoura Hills Hotel
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Na weer een nacht niet lekker slapen zijn we het zat hier. Derk lag vannacht zelfs op de grond op 8 kussens om ons ieder een eigen bed te gunnen maar hij was nog de enige die lekker sliep, haha.
We hadden nog gevraagd of er misschien een andere kamer was of een rollaway bed voor Derk maar dat mocht niet van de fire department zei de slissende …
It's warm, there’s a gentle breeze, it’s chilled at the intersection of Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard. All I wanna do is have some fun...Until the sun comes up over Santa Monica Boulevard... Doo, doo. Doo, doo. (Sheryl Crow, 1994)
All I wanna do now is rest. The tunes in the background are Coldplay right now at this café. I’ve heard the old seventies ...
... re board after about 20 minutes. Once we were on board again the plane was having issues with its navigation equipment. So we ended up sitting on the Tarmac for 2 hours while that was fixed. It was hot and very uncomfortable. Finally we took off and it was the beginning of a long 12 hour flight. I found the flight extremely uncomfortable. The most interesting thing was a family of Amish people who live in Melbourne now and ...
... for 9am and stay until 6pm, then even better, but I don't think it would be worth $169 to be queue-jumpers. Some people would always pay the premium of course, but not me.
I have to rush the next bit because it is 3.40pm on Saturday 13th July in LAX Airport. We are sitting near the departure gate waiting for our 4.00pm boarding. In a cocktail lounge I am finishing my fourth large vodka and Coke (it's a 'flying thing').
From Universal Studios ...
... Malibu Creek State Park was inhabited by native Chumash Indians for millennia. The site of a village called Talepop has been uncovered by archaeologists in the northeast corner of the park. By the 1860s, a few homesteads existed, including the Sepulveda Adobe, which still stands. In 1900, a group of wealthy Los Angeles businessmen created the Crags Country Club and purchased 2,000 acres along Malibu Creek. In 1903, a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service