Holiday Inn Express Simi Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... far out of our price range or packing ability. Beach bound next, we cycled the length of Venice Boulevard and walked along the promenade parade, Lined with the usual stalls selling beachwear, souvenirs, tshirts, food and D'herb Dr's. There were plenty of random sights and Rastas selling their cd's along the sidewalk. Parking up the bikes by muscle beach & the basketball court, we strolled for a better nose along the unique stalls and wafts & whiffs of food & the ...
... realising the axe wielding murderer chasing after me. But that is not all, there was also a mirror maze, which was easier than we thought, over the noise of Mum's screeches while Dad was using her as a human shield!! Anyway, reaching the end and seeing daylight was one of the best feelings ever! Overall, Universal Studios was a great day out, and it would be amazing to go back again if we can! --Josh-- Of all the wonderful simulators, rides and stage shows throughout ...
... one was actually swim able. It had a deep end, (only 6 and a half feet but better than the last few that barely broke 4). I spent a good hour enjoying it than came back to my room to attempt to be a barber. Not to worry, I had been a barber plenty of times when still in the Army, so this was nothing to go back to the high and tight. I actually felt human again.
I left the hotel again around 6:00PM and did something I haven't done in a very long time. ...
... in Da Lat, and experienced the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and Choeung EK Killing Field where Pol Pot executed more than 17,000 men, women, and children.
My 3 month trip will take me from as far north as Beijing to as far south as Singapore (farther than Los Angeles to New York). I will be accompanied by my mom for the first 15 days of my journey in China. After that, my mom flies home ...
... delegates change rooms and assemble 15 minutes later for another fascinating panel discussion. The crowded hall ways remind me of high school when the bell rang to change class, and great and not-yet-great alike find themselves doing the "shuffle" between meetings.
These are among the best of times, as conversations spring up and quickly move to common ground. Everyone is there to network and to be part of all that is going on and, in general, are ...