El Patio Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After just over an hour delay we took off for LAX. We made it at about 3:45 (Local time) and hung around the airport playing Assasins and Drug Dealer. At about 5:30 we headed to check in and through security... again. But this time we also met up with our Maryland fam. After dinner of Panda Express we sat around and mingled a bit until our flight that's scheduled to take off at 11:30. Only 12 more hours until ...
... got cheap tickets and our seats were really high up but we still had a great view from behind the batting. My phone had died by this point do unfortunately I could not get any more photos. We were also really tired from the day as well so we ended up leaving after the 3rd inning but we knew it might happen.
We are both off to sleep now, its Emmas Birthday Today / Tomorrow (28th) and we are off to Disney for it! Another early start, very exciting! ...
... We made a last-minute change of plans and decided to make this trip more focused on California and the desert Southwest. That turned out to be a VERY good call on our part.
The drive to LA was fairly uneventful, except for the last hour or so. Since we left late, we were driving in the dark for the last hour, on small back country highways that were two-lane roads at 55-65 MPH. The locals knew these roads pretty well and got frustrated with us, as I wasn't ...
... 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.
Really not looking forward to the next 15 hours. It's amazing how I forget how bad it is and raring to go do it all over again. FYI: TBT for your gate location at LAX does not mean To Be Determined. We hung around and ate at the terminal we landed at since we had 2 hours to spare until it was determined. And it was the same terminal Dad, Uncle Pete, and I left out of for Thailand last year. We finally figured ...