Knights Inn Pico Rivera
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... a workout. It gets you a bit weird, tingly and itchy, and very hypo. Those who know me, know I am hypo basically all the time. Take a red bull add some energizer batteries and thats me all the time, and that's what carol had to deal with!
We hit up Venice beach, and I hired a skateboard to ride down the walkway. It's the state of skating, sunshine, and sand. For $12, i couldn't say no. ...
... to it.
Everything has gone smoothly with the check-in and baggage-drop process. Even being relieved of a bottle of wine and jar of jam from my hand luggage seemed to go smoothly. Someone from the security staff will be having a nice glass of Merlot on me at some point. Whatever. I bought it; I have supported the Californian wine industry. And supported the American confectionery industry when I bought a ...
... small group of Danish teachers. Now it is a beautiful, diverse and modern little town with fine restaurants and lovely shops. There are quiet tree lined streets, horse drawn wagons, Hans Christian Andersen Park, windmills, Danish pastries and dozens of quaint shops. We wish we had had more time and could stay overnight in Solvang because it would be so lovely to have a nice romantic dinner in this small piece of Denmark.
From Solvang we drove all the way up to San Francisco which took us approx. 6 ...
... commenced and we hadn't even collected our bags at that point) needless to say that when we got to Terminal 7 with our bag we had missed our connecting flight and there no other flights until tomorrow morning. We are now leaving LAX at 4.55am tomorrow morning flying to Denver and then on to Colorado Springs getting in around 10.30am..... We are going to frequent a restaurant in the hotel and then I suspect we will ...
... were trying to catch some fish that were trying there hardest to escape the big, sharp claws of the hungry bears.
I continued walking through the mammal exhibits and there was a couple of animals I had never seen. Some of those animals were an armadillo, chimpanzee, an African hedgehog, a gorilla and a jaguar. There was so many animals to see but I was getting pretty hungry so I decided to have some lunch at the coffee shop.
I took ...