Sheraton Suites Fairplex
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- Swimming pool
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... to eat and drink. The scenery of this place is amazing! You can not get much better than this. As the day passes by the crowd gets bigger, the atmosphere here is huge. Kelly Slater, Taj Burrow, John John Florence, Jordy Smith, Joel Parkinson, Mick Fanning and many more surfers are all here. I sit with some great people, who love surfing too. We set lunch and enjoy the day, sitting on the ...
We didn't do a lot in Brisbane apart from Donelle's master class, a bit of study and wandering around Southbank, but that's okay because it was good to take it easy. Nice food and drink are in abundance and it's a great spot to relax. Had a couple of soaks in the spa too. Check-in at Brisbane was nice and easy but there was quite a bottle-neck at ...
... on to our next destination in Yorba Linda which is John Forces Shop (he and his daughters drag race). The city is south of here but in order to get there you have to take the expressways southeast and then west. lt was a nice ride with rolling green hills. We found the shop which is behind a shopping center but was no longer open for visits. So now we are batting 0 for 2 and I have to get to check my book versus the map showing the traffic. I have found that my Google map on ...
... 101 was hard to find. Apparently people know it by other street names...inconvenient) it was super pretty but the traffic was TERRIBLE. It was an especially warm Sunday, ergo the entire state of California decided it would be a good idea to go to the beaches between La Jolla and Carlsbad. UGH. It took 2 hours to go 27 miles. There were times when I would've liked to have parked and gotten out for some photos, but it ...
... d heard of but in fact this region only contributes to 4% of the wine in California (90% of the country's wine is from California). We have tried our fair share of wine tasting in New Zealand and Australia and haven't had to pay for it. It seemed as though in Europe, Africa and now North America, a tasting fee of between $10-$25 per person is required. Fortunately, we choose the only vineyard we visited in the Napa Valley well. Of course, it helped that we were armed ...