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... row, 88 on the plane. The plane was unlike any plane I had ever seen before and had two levels to it. I put on a movie, but once we were up in the air, I passed out. I woke up here and there because we had really bad terbulance on the way there! Kait sat right in front of me and told me that when she got up, Emily and myself were cuddled up and passed out. When I woke up we had 3 hours left before we reached our destination. It was a 15 1/2 hour plane ride all ...
... although very crude at some points. The singing, dancing and acting were top notch and they deserved the standing ovation at the end.
On a bit of show high we caught the train home and walked from the train stop home, instead of waiting for a bus. We had no idea how often the buses ran at 11pm and didn’t want to wait. The walk wasn’t long and not too bad but we did feel a lot safer once we were inside our bedroom and went straight to ...
People in America love their sport and today we saw heaps of Auburn and Florida State University gridiron supporters in our hotel. Their teams were playing in the final of the college gridiron season. Florida won in the end. We watched the end of the match. It was a good game. On our last day in Los Angeles we went ...
... I was ecstatic after the win, the 3+ hour adrenaline rush had taken a physical toll on me, and apparently everyone else in the group. Rather than the post-game partying we had planned, we wearily drove back to the hotel where we all were asleep within an hour. It was evident we weren’t in college anymore.
The next morning we had to wake early for a flight to Columbus, OH. We discussed the game incessantly, analyzing missed ...
Saturday - Nick's cousin Mike took us to the Huntington Art Gallery, Botanical Gardens and Home of Henry E Huntington (Railroad and Real Estate Magnate) built in 1911. At first Huntington thought to have a modest home; however his Uncle's widow whom he married (ok, strange) in 1913 had other plans for the home and it grew to 55,000 square feet - OMG.
Included in the galleries are works by Gainsborough (Blue Boy (c. 1770)); the portrait of ...
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