The MOMENT Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... crack and did most of the main rides which was good. We hardly stopped all day just eating on the run and trying to fit it all in. The Indiana Jones ride was the best one I think! And then the parade and the fireworks over the castle at night were incredible. Takes it out of you though, we got picked up from there at 10 and while a few people at the hostel wanted to have some drinks we decided to go to bed and make sure we were up and ready to get the car for ...
... concert hall but didn't attempt much seen as this was technically the same Monday on which we had left Marna Island! Plus we still had lots of planning to do back at the motel as we arrived after a busy week of diving with zero plan, flights or accommodation booked for our time in the US and only six weeks left of the trip!
The next morning we woke refreshed, but long passed the free breakfast time and nearer lunch. We hit the town for a full day of ...
... to the airport in the afternoon and got on the plane back to Switzerland (sniff sniff sniff). The rest of us took a swim in the pool before getting ready for dinner. Chrissy and Noah were staying the night at the hotel with us, great fun! In the evening we all took a cab over to the Chinese Theater area and had dinner at HardRock cafe and looked at the "stars" on the pavement. It happened to be the ...
... a book I read recently highlighted that 'the six heirs of Walmart have the combined wealth of the poorest 30%25 of Americans'. Six people!! How is that fair? A system run for the corporate elite hardly reflects the common notion that the US is "the greatest country in the world". So when I found myself wandering around the mansions of Beverly Hills surrounded by people taking pictures, it occurred to me that I don't actually care about the people that live in ...
... through immigration entry and heading to the luggage carousel I heard a familiar whistle, and despite not expecting to see Nomes until having cleared customs - there she was waiting in the luggage hall. A shared delight to be sure. She got the "Dad hug" she (and I) had been waiting for and as we waited for the luggage to arrive we caught up on the most recent happenings and travel stories. She had flown down from Washington DC via Miami and ...