Sheraton Garden Grove - Anaheim South Hotel
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... and stand at an angle, but that’s the extent of my view.
In the evening, dad convinced me to go to the Welcome Aboard Show and it was unlike the usual ones. They had a comedian for almost a full hour and he was really good. He proved that a good comedian CAN be funny without using a litany of swear words.
Off to sleep now and enjoy the entire bed and 3 fluffy pillows all to myself (sorry Steve, but I’m enjoying that ...
OK so we changed our flight to go through Houston because of weather in Newark the day before we left. And Then we arrived at CHS and found that the Houston flight was full and we moved to a flight through Dulles. The United gate agent in Charlleston was really helpful and got us listed on the best flights for stand by We both were in middle seats. Very wonderful for Richard. However since we ...
... of those trips. Luck was not on my side. So I had one! Yay! High five, John!
In the afternoon I headed into Hollywood Boulevard and walked around just basically snapping photos. Browsed a few shops and bought some bits and bobs. Check out my photos, as this may give you more of an idea. And just for the hell of it, there's a video clip of a ...
... later I'd reached my destination. The view of perfectly formed abs playing an intense game of volleyball, turquoise waves and lively groups of twenty-something's parading the sand made the trek well worth it. Welcome to Long Beach, California, the seventh largest beach in the aquatic capital of America!
Having gone AWOL for 5 hours I returned to The Marriott to a couple of somewhat upset friends. #oops
California was anti ...
... had to wait! The queue wound its way around 'artefacts' from 'Indy's' adventures and an old movie clip of the back story around the ride. Eventually we boarded an 'old' jeep which rattled and rocketed its way around the ruins of an archeological dig, past doors where strange evils tried to burst through, under tunnels and over rackety 'rope' bridges. The scariest part of the ride was when we were roaring down a slope, and a huge boulder 3x the size of the jeep starting ...