The Keating Hotel by Pininfarina
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... off the bus, had the usual family photo out the front, grabbed a map and set off on our Legoland adventure. I wasn’t really expecting a great deal from this park, certainly not the adrenalin rush we had on the California Screaming ride. I had heard it was more for younger kids not big kids like us. We started at point lf interest number 1 on the park map and methodically worked our way round to the ninety whatever at the end. In hindsight ...
Day 8 of the trip and our last day at Huntington Beach, going to be a good day with the Womens finals up at 10am, so we don't have to get up super early which gives me time to pack and enjoy a coffee! To add to the day, Jill, a friend from back in Calgary is coming to HB to hang with us.. super stoked for that and hopefully a win by Tyler!
With the cars all packed, we boot down to the beach and decide since we are not going to be there all we would find a spot ...
... loud in appearance - it started with the fusion pink interior and once in side the decor really gets busy: Sawed off cars hanging from ceilings, endless neon signs, portraits of movie stars, dancing wait staff (who encouraged an older lady to join in their line dance) and to top it off a live DJ in a DJ booth spinning actual vinyl records mostly from the 1950's. The best part about the DJ was he took requests so of course my dad had to make one. I joined in the ...
... With a top deck that measures 296 meters long, it holds the fame of being the first ship too big to transit the Panama Canal. It served time in World War II, Vietnam War and was the Persian Gulf flagship in Desert Storm. Decommissioned in 1992 it now serves as a museum ship open for San Diego tourists to roam. Loaded with history, the ship museum allows you to explore the living quarters of the navy ...
... I'm ushered out into the parking lot to find the section where I'd choose my mode of transport for the next two weeks, section seven.
As I walk down the freshly cleaned cars, lining up the back of their lot. I spy this little black triangular-ish shaped vehicle. As I approach, the smile on my face gets bigger. This cute little black Fiat 500 was at the end of a long list of 'compact' options. Needless to say, after ...