Hotel Del Capri
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... enough to get to sleep. This didnt really work and after multiple attempts at trying to get to sleep I gave up and kept watching movies. I have subsequently used some of those non prescription sleeping pills which you can buy from the airport which seemed to work with reasonable success. I would also recommend bringing ear plugs as these are very helpful to allow peaceful sleeping. I would say that these would usually be made avaliable on the long haul flights but they are often ...
... stop travelling' and 'how amazing life is' its safe to say she was a little high but inspiring all the same.
On to our next destination fiji which we have been most excited about for the duration of our travels so far. Its an 11 and half hour flight but will be well worth it when we arrive to our little beach hut, I think we will spend most of our time snorkelling and hopefully swim with a turtle of two. Oh and course sleeping of the jet lag in a hammock.
... time I was becoming exhausted and although I was only there for a couple hours, I felt the need to keep exploring since I paid $15 for parking. ( the Museum it'self is free ). But I knew I needed to get home and get ready to go eat Sushi with Tim and the boys. Which was AMAZING!!
I'm way too exhausted to talk about anything else ( probably the two sake-sangria's I had ) and Tim is snoring so it's time to shut it ...
Then we headed out to L.A. where people
we know were going to be hanging out after they had been to Universal
Studios. We had a meal at Saddleranch Chop House which was fabulous
and huge portions. Josh especially had a massive meal, the biggest
nachos we'd ever seen. Lots of takeout boxes for all the leftover
foods we have been eating so far!
Slept for first time in the RV. We had
been staying inside at ...
... This has a
tram and a musical fountain (not quite Ballagio). McKay was so impressed he wanted to inquire about leasing opportunities they were advertising at the apartments - which started at $3,600 a month for a one bedroom.
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