The Hotel Fullerton & Conference Center
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... two pieces of fantastic margarita pizza (the best I've ever had!). Then for dessert, I ordered a humongous piece of chocolate cake the meal cost $133. LA Live had an ice rink just outside the restaurant and it had a huge Christmas tree in the middle. The basketball stadium was also there for the LA team called the Clippers. We were spying on this man who couldn't really skate well, he had a green and blue checkered shirt and he was falling all over the ...
... carry heaps, 3 litres each. We bought the kids camel backs in Utah. It was hilarious how stoked they were. They still spontaneously thank us on occasion.
Kids= camel bac and family size bag of lollies each, plus blankey and woof woof.
Donkey= Hils pack but only downhill, they don’t go up our route so she was out of luck there.
Rob = the rest, but he needs the practice for the season coming.
We must ...
... like to go in a Horror House as I had never been in one before. We headed down to the a Horror House and skipped the Q to go straight inside- we should have realised there were no Q's and Max Qing 5 minutes but we still went in and got absolutely terrified. James led the way and kept being scared by everything and by the people who were waiting to jump out at him from creepy corners. Then me and mummy and then 10 m behind us - dad who was ...
... can be as cheap or as expensive as you want it to be to a
certain degree, the most important thing is to keep on top of your
money; yes live the travelling life and do fun things but do it
yourself with your own money and it will be even more worthwhile and
fun; just remember not to leave yourself in debt else once the
travelling is over you'll have a hard reality to come back to. As a
rough guide for how much you might want to save, a travel agent told
Anybody you ask will tell you that Los Angeles is a city of a hundred faces. There are those of obscene wealth, buffeting areas of extreme poverty, where a sea of tents and trolleys clutter the streets. There are parts of the city where countless artists have filled every surface with mind-blowing graffiti. Walking where the colour-soaked buildings and walls captivate pedestrians, you almost forget the filth and garbage that clogs others.. almost. The architecture is ...