The Westin South Coast Plaza
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... was probably the best choice for today anyway. It took an hour and a half to get there on the bus and on the way the driver pointed out some of the famous buildings and places that we had already passed on the LA Tour on Wednesday. We couldn't see the Hollywood sign today though, the cloud was too low over the hills.
We arrived at the park about 10:15am and planned out our day. We had "Front of line/backstage" passes, but it turned out we didn't ...
... sticking a foot out of my bag and Hania with a coolbox full of documents and tupperware containers that wouldn't fit in the big bags... we got some very funny looks and were searched thourghly, thanfully there were no laytex gloves involved.
In total we drove the little Toyota Corrola 3691 miles round western USA, slept in it for 15 nights, made the service light come on and returned it caked in desert dust and bread crumbs, it was pretty smelly too.... serves you ...
... The security was crowded, but all hands were on deck and we breezed through in 15 to 20 minutes. On the other side of security we saw two Flying Aces from DWLP. After the obligatory biscuit breakfast, we get a sandwich for the flight and wait for a short time to board the oversold flight. All went well until the announcement that there was an ISSUE with the left engine....maintenance was there and soon we are cleared to go. What could he have fixed in 5 minutes??? Hope he ...
"D" stands for Disney, and today was our day to head to Disneyland, long anticipated by our children. And who doesn't love Disneyland? It is, after all, billed to be the "Happiest Place on Earth."
After packing up Old Blue once again, and saying good-bye to all of our new friends at the Magic Castle--Mallory, Bree and Monica--and including Alfonso the Magician, we drove the 31-mile trip to Disneyland, which took us a little ...
... dialogue all work together to tell the story the director wants. They only get a very shortest of time to put it all together and I’m sure would always get the blame when all the other production products don’t come in time. They’re also the ones that get the finished product for the director to OK (or to send bits back to the drawing board). They seemed a couple of relaxed guys but the pressure must be immense in ...