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I knew there was a strong Hispanic influence here in L.A....but for heaven's sake! We have spoken more "pigeon" Spanish here than anywhere to get ourselves understood! People don't seem to understand our Kiwi/English accents!! Even found myself talking French at the local Subway to try to get our order in....they then tried to teach us Spanish " …
... spare, enough time to grab a Timmy's ice cap and say our goodbyes. A few tears were shed, funny; mostly at moments I would have least expected. Like in the middle of downtown while shopping with the girls. When it came to the actual goodbye moment I kept it together pretty well. I guess I just know I will be keeping in touch and see everyone again all in good time. The airport was great from Canada to L.A people were nice and the security wasn't as intimidating as I ...
... on monday. Tuesday was rest day around the pool. Wednedsay was out to Universal Studios and Thursday organised a late check out and did our fav rides of disney/california, back to hotel for afternoon swim and then it was over and time to head to airport.
We would wake the girls in the morning (felt so bad waking them each day but had to be done). Go to park, head back to hotel early afternoon for a swim. It was sooo hot, 33/34 each ...
... a first visit and also when you don't have much time. Despite being able to navigate ourselves perfectly well the tour guides are good fun and they provide non stop facts and figures along the way.
First of all our tour stopped briefly at Universal Studios to drop off some other guests - it looks fantastic so we will definitely be going there next time for a whole day trip. Next stop was the Hollywood sign, I just wanted to say I have seen ...
... 2 nights but still it is a must do place at least once. Fremont st area is just as busy and fantastic with the roof all lit up, great night there. We did visit Ethel M Chocolate factory and also the Cactus Garden there. Glad to say we came out of town only about $20 down..... Great effort. :)
Next place was the Sequoia National Park where the giant Sequoia trees are. They are massive and some of the oldest on the planet aged about 2000yrs. You ...
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