Knights Inn Anaheim
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- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bus and a quick Maccas stop was the only option which seemed to suit a few of us. The trip back was through Beverly Hills and up Rodeo Drive with a quick look at some of the priciest stores all in one place. It was beautifully lit up and there wasn't a blade of grass out of place. Quite a contrast to Hollywood. The bus trip home saw a few catching up on a quick nap before a well needed sleep after another full day. The world's happiest place ...
... people about and the area we were in was mostly Hispanic. It was a bit slow getting through the city, because there had been a seriously damaging fire a few days ago on one of the main freeways which destroyed a good portion of it so we had to detour. Apparently it was started by a homeless guy who was just trying to get warm. It is quite disturbing that there are so many people without homes in this city, they cart around their belongings in trolleys and sleep on ...
... on the second most popular ride in the park, "The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror". We didn't really know what to expect in this one, but turns out it is the 'abandoned/haunted' Hollywood Hotel. You enter a large elevator where you sit and are held in by a lap belt. It is sort of like the "Giant Drop" at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast, except you are shot up and dropped down unexpectedly. It is like you are being shaken up, stopping at top floors where the doors open and you ...
... catchers, they even had a few Maori’esk bone fish hooks. There was no one at any of the stalls and I chatted to the ladies mercilessly despite their shyness. Quizzing them about life on the reservation and jewellery sales. Business is very slow and they didn’t like the desert much “too much dust, too dry and hot. Somewhere green would be nice. Forrest Gump turned around just over there.” Hilary and Leila took their time choosing, Phoenix ...
... way to help you (a virtue we frequently drew upon!). Arriving in LAX, I identified everyone with a celebrity. In my head, the lady telling me which queue to join at customs was Sandra Bullock and the man examining my passport was Vin Diesel. I was so excited to be communicating with a local in English that while he tried to ascertain whether or not I was a threat to U.S. security, I kept blurting out "Oh my God, I just can't explain how incredible it is to be in ...