Motel 6 Los Angeles - Pomona
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wondered if we would get sunburnt. It was a beautiful day and a very nice way to end our trip.
You will recognize many of the floats in the photos below. This time though I tried to choose shots that show the incredible details of the float designs. I've written more descriptive captions so you see what we saw.
Tonight we went out to dinner at "Lucky Baldwins Trappiste" which was an English pub style restaurant. ...
... We then did the brilliant Cars ride again (Dave twice), then Dave and Amy experienced the wonderful Soaring Over California for a second time while Sam and Ginny went back across to Disneyland for a repeat of Star Tours - this time with a different storyline, which Sam was most excited about. We all then met up in Disneyland and did some old school kids rides like Mr Toad, Snow White and It's a ...
Americans have a reputation for being lazy. Lazy in the sense that we do not go out of our way to learn different languages. I'm guilty of this. Three years of high school Spanish were really wasted on me, I'm ashamed to say. Living 20 minutes from Mexico and having lots of opportunity to practice the language did me no good. When I traveled south of the border I would ask a question in English and could always find someone to translate. Pure laziness. ...
... settled. I unzipped my case and had a little note in there saying my case had been subject to a bag search (which explained the lock) and I had talc all over the place!
We needed to eat and I needed air, so we headed to the corner shop and ended up with a few snacks. We found out breakfast is 6:30-9:30am- and our lovely lay in went out the window! We decided to leave the roof top bar and sleep but Rich went anyway then promptly told us we absolutely had to ...
... due to the sand/landscape and haziness. At one point we saw lava fields and then I remembered that part of the Mohave Park has them.
We came into CA on I-40 then turned south on I-15 heading to LA when we saw black smoke ahead and I told Terry it was on the right but everyone was moving, then it looked like it was on the left and then we stopped. The overpass was on fire....they were getting ready to lay concrete over a new overpass and someone had been welding and a ...