La Quinta Inn & Suites Orange County - Santa Ana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Aloha and goodbye Hawaii!
Today we left the sunny and warm weather to fly to L.A., or to be more precise, Anaheim.
We were picked up around 9:15am from our hotel. When we arrived at the airport, check in was all automated, but people were there to handle your bags for loading. We then had to go through airport security. This time it was my turn to be searched, but only my hand luggage thank goodness! I had forgotten I had a bottle of water in my pack - a no-no! He ...
... drugs we have never heard of and become familiar with the intricacies of blood tests. Finally on November 11th, Rick is released from the hospital in Santa Rosa. I spent the next two days driving us slowly toward Los Angeles, stopping overnight in the wine-lovers paradise of Paso Robles, but there's no wine tasting for us on this visit.
On Thursday, November 13th at 8 am we meet Dr. Berenson. His ...
... hwy 1 at Oxnard and further on at Point Magu saw the Naval Base where missile testing is carried out. Near Malibu we saw many fishing boats and houses on stilts at Malibu beach. Traffic got very busy by Santa Monica, next was Venice . By this time the traffic was horrendous so we missed the beach which 18 years ago was fog bound when we were there. Eventually we gave up on Hwy1 and took the Sat Nav advice and joined the Freeway which was wall to wall traffic- 5 lanes each ...
... a seat' I paid for a seat, deserve a seat, and ....
But the Grinch was gone replaced by a young girl who never said anything except mumble, garble, mumble.
Then I looked out the window and our plane was there waiting patiently to swallow up it's next load of passengers. So why, oh why, were we delayed? -- the answer to that came while I was eavesdropping on a comment by a ...
... It was a long enough journey anyway – it was supposed to take 6 hours (not including stops). Ended up taking us nearly 10. Some of that consisted of stops and dinner at Denny’s near Anaheim, but the reason it took so much longer was because we got stuck in a wedge of horrible Friday rush hour traffic as we got into LA on the Interstate 5 (clearly the US version of the M25).
So after a pleasant ...