Los Angeles-Days Inn Alhambra
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... his wife. Denise and Von became his "keepers". Mario was the definite third wheel and needed a lot of attention - he kept losing his insulin bag, lost his shoes, sat on his hat, spilled his drinks on his jacket, commandeered Denise's service tray, feasted on sugar, jabbed himself with injections and for 13 hours and 20 minutes straight was transfixed by Flight Tracker! But it was all okay because, on boarding the aircraft, Julie had ...
... and hungry, just wanted to eat and go bed. Our first taste of American food was okay. Nothing special I got a pizza which wasn't homemade dough, just a pizza base you can buy from shops and add your own toppings and terry had a burger which he said was nice. After all our excitement for one day, we were both in bed and asleep by about ...
... carry heaps, 3 litres each. We bought the kids camel backs in Utah. It was hilarious how stoked they were. They still spontaneously thank us on occasion.
Kids= camel bac and family size bag of lollies each, plus blankey and woof woof.
Donkey= Hils pack but only downhill, they don’t go up our route so she was out of luck there.
Rob = the rest, but he needs the practice for the season coming.
We must ...
... the castle.
Then straight after that we wandered over to the Rivers of America area for the Fantasmic show. We were lucky getting a good spot sitting on the ground in the prime viewing area just as it was being roped off. However I decided I needed to stand if I wanted to tke photos and fortunately I got a spot right behind the seated area behind a child's pram, so no chance of anyone standing in front of me. This was even more amazing than ...
... South Africa), Glenda* the TAC (New Zealand), and Amy* (Canada). I also met Anne* (Mexico), Hilda* (Canada), Velma* (Canada), and briefly met Shayla* and Kylie*.
Lily* and I had to go to the emergency drill and have our blue card numbers written down. We sat down with the other supernumeraries and we were all soon told we could leave. Lily* and I got up and started walking away and heard a British guy calling after us. He asked us what we were doing and ...