The Anza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... earthquake simulator with cars coming through from the roof, a train crashing in the middle of it and two flash floods coming in from both sides.
When we got off the tour bus we headed down towards the food related part of the park and found a nice French cafe to eat.
When we had finished our lovely meal we talked about which ride to go on next. We thought we would go down to the other end of the park but the I said I thought ...
... a neighbourhood can change from bum town to the most expensive part of town in an instant. American drivers are insane, no one sticks to speed limits, uses indicators, or cars about making a right hand turn from the left hand lane. There's lots of construction going on everywhere,but it seems to be about patching efforts. Not a lot of new construction.
Will be in Melbourne in the morning. Thanks for coming on our journey with us. It's been a blast.
... the Federal Government departments had a holiday. Everything else was open as usual, shops, most businesses, really odd. This morning to walked down to Santa Monica Pier to "Bubba Gumps" for breakfast which was great even though the servings were more than we could manage. We walked back via the shopping centre for a bit if shopping. This afternoon we walked down to Venice beach and had a great time, there are certainly some odd sights and ...
... in the 1920s. It was more of Mediterranean villa than a castle, but the owner was so proud of his creation that he called it a castle to convey to luxurious feel. Walking round the grounds and the house itself, it was really impressive but we couldn't fully enjoy it because of the awful weather. We couldn't see the amazing views for fog and we couldn't walk around the grounds to much for rain...not exactly tshirts and flip flops weather. Back on the road, we carried on ...