The Westin South Coast Plaza
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... emotional trauma of loss that makes people rethink their earlier decisions. In time, these thoughts usually subside and the bigger picture returns to a sharper focus - and the original timing of the decision is then understood and appreciated more fully.
Credit: Tony Booth
Arthur had been in a rescue shelter for far too long. He was a wonderful dog, but suffered from intense separation anxiety and fear aggression. I tried for almost a ...
... in red, white and blue everyone stood, hand on heart, for The Star Spangled Banner which started the parade. The patriotic flavour continued as classic cars carrying veterans and politicians came in a slow caravan down the people lined streets, waving and smiling as they went.
Taking the small 5 minute ferry which was little more than a barge back to the mainland we went on to a Chili Cook-Off in Tustin. A family affair, there were numerous stalls ...
... The buffet had a larger selection of food than the Plaza Inn breakfast but I was a little disappointed with characters. We saw Cinderella, Baloo, Rafiki (again), Pluto, Gideon (from Pinocchio, who we didn't know and had to look up) and, after a long wait, the Mad Hatter. After breakfast we collected our bags and took a cab to the airport. Our vacation was ...
... of the identical name along with a reboot in the RoboCop film series, rendering it the actual 4th installing of your franchise. Anticipate plenty of physical violence, consisting regarding guns and explosions, some strong language, and a little bit of drug use within this action-packed logic fiction flick.
In this re-envisioning with the 1987 timeless film, the year can be 2041 along with multinational ...
... s hit Tomorrowland! First ride was the Star Tours...about a 20 min or so wait. Now, I'll start by saying I hate things that jerk around/simulators (still have visions of going to Crystal Palace in Moncton, NB many moons ago, going on a simulator that encompassed flying/roller coaster and other herky jerky-ness...and feeling sick and getting a horrible headache)...but hubby wouldn't go in alone. The lead up was fun - it's like you're in an airport and the droids ...