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... amp; much better service. No 'cheap outlet' shopping for me next time I'm in Orlando! Back at the hotel & the final 'easy' pack was harder than I thought. Couldn't find the sleeping tablets, the travel deodorant & other essentials. Jase & Jordan were flopping around & told me not to stress - it wasn't like they were planning on topping up on deodorant or brushing their teeth mid flight anyway?! I hope I get a a blocked nose during ...
... our car.
We had dinner at another diner, they are all fairly similar. The staff here were a lot older (mid 40's up) and the accent is just classic, Laverne and Shirley stuff. They were lovely people as well, deserving the tip we left them - getting good at this now.
Our hotel was surprisingly quiet and nice considering it lies right alongside the Freeway. It has recently been refurbished, so everything is new and very clean, Russell made good ...
... country; it's large or large! Bellies sufficiently stuffed we turned in for the night. Hannah: The following day we played the typical tourists - even down to our outfit selections. We proudly donned American tops whilst seeing the Hollywood sights with a 'Los Angeles Sightseeing' tour. Our first stop was rather stalker-like as we spent the morning driving down Sunset Strip and Westwood Village keeping our eyes peeled for celebrities. Unfortunately, 9am on a Saturday morning ...
... of a place where he could have hidden. My brother had locked himself in his room, so I couldn't ask him, but I had a feeling that my brother's friend had hidden in this fort we had all made, and I checked there. I found my brother's friend there, and they apologized to each other and went to go play together. Many people follow their intuition without realizing ...
Our first night in Melbourne we stayed in a caravan park just out of the city centre. We happened to be in Melbourne during the Writers Festival and authors were giving talks at various venues around the city. The author we most wanted to see was Tony Wheeler, he and his wife Maureen were the founders of the world famous Lonely Planet Guidebooks. He was talking about his new book Darklands which is a series of stories about his travels into off limits counties ...
Other places to stay in Rosemead
705 N. San Gabriel Blvd., Rosemead | 2 star motelfrom $80
1001 South San Gabriel Blvd, Rosemead | 1 star motelfrom $65
8621 Garvey Avenue, Rosemead | 2 star motelfrom $55
8711 Valley Boulevard, Rosemead | Motelfrom $53