Alamo Inn & Suites
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from our hotel before returning to collect our luggage and wait for our shuttle. The shuttle was early so we got to LAX even earlier than we were planning. Just as well though, the place is so huge that you need a lot of time just to work out where you need to go! We checked in our bags and then headed through security. Not only do you have to put everything through the x-ray machine, but also take off your belt, jacket, jewelery and even shoes! All before standing in a 360 degrees ...
... went for a cooked breakfast, bacon/ham steak and eggs - A good choice we found, as we could finish almost all of it. There was a choice between a side of cornbread, toast or hot biscuits. Turns out "hot biscuits" are not freshly baked cookies, but scones! Weird.
After breakfast we returned to the hotel and had a taxi called to take us to The Outlets at Orange, the shopping complex about ten minutes drive away. While most of ...
When I arrived in Hamburg for my German adventure in June, I was sat on a train behind some American tourists who were discussing how horrible Heathrow Airport was, I remember the girl saying "it's the ugliest airport ever." At first I thought, how dare she disrespect my country, but then I thought perhaps American airports are really nice in comparison or maybe America is much nicer than the UK in general. When I arrived at LAX airport with my Aunt last Wednesday ...
... well. These days it's a national park and I for one am pleased about that. Say what you will about Hearst, his tastes, his power, his fortunes, it's thanks to him that huge chunks of what Deanne and I have seen over the past few days still exist. These important parts of California, the United States, are conserved in perpetuity because one family owned this costal land. Therefore, it didn't get developed. It didn't become Long Beach, it didn't become San ...
... I watched people fish. I chatted to this boy and he could barely understand me. He was American but he probably couldn’t understand my accent. I never thought that people couldn’t understand me because of my accent. I had a strawberry shake at Ruby’s. It’s a red and white building that is probably set in the 60’s. It has old music, the staff wear vintage clothes. It looked pretty cool since I’m a big fan of vintage and ...