Motel 6 Los Angeles LAX
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Friendly staff, decent room, close to airport, shuttle service
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De laatste dag is aangebroken snik snik. Er is nog wat geld over dus besloten om naar de Universal Studios te gaan. Hadden we een van de eerste dagen al gezien, maar besloten voor het laatst te bewaren omdat het aan de prijzige kant is. Auto in de parkeergarage gedropt en onderweg naar het park nog wat leuke souvenirs winkels binnengelopen.
... and use the elevator on your left (behind the bell desk). Once you get your room key you will use the main elevator bank. The elevator system they have installed is the type where you first swipe your room key, then you punch in your floor number on the keypad and the screen directs you which elevator (A, B, C, D) to go to. There are no floor buttons inside the elevator cars. Now, in my old building at work we used to have this system and it worked well. However, I found ...
... side of the stage, and line up in three rows. They are wearing floor-length, blue, silk gowns with gold trim. I find Black Mama and Soul Sista in the middle, smiling at me. I try to guess which young man in the choir is Black Mama’s son. The audience is silent, and the organ begins playing. The choir bursts into a joyful jubilation, swaying and swinging their bodies as they sing songs like “Halleluiah.” This is not the ...
... at home! We checked to very comfy rooms and had a quick freshen up before finding a drink and some dinner - we were all flagging big time by now after so many hours without sleep - and we were back in our rooms and lights out at 8.30pm. It had been a long trip, but the Air New Zealand flights were great and we made the most of the stopover in Auckland, so despite feeling pretty pooped we are ready to start the Road ...
... 70, 17, and 7D (thanks Fred) - understanding someone else's culture can help you understand your own even more - communication is one of the most important skills anyone can have - sharing is caring, and being there for others is vital when you are with the same group for a month - you can learn so much if you just ask that fist question - museums and galleries hold enough information to teach us for a lifetime - birthdays in a foreign city always beat the ...