Knights Inn Woodland Hills
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... because of having a group of rowdy teenagers on a long flight wouldn't work out to well. I chose flying with Qantas because of previous experiences with Qantas have been good and they are quite fair with their price. So I had a coffee and cake at one of the café's and went into the book store to find a book to read on my long plane flight.
It was finally time to board the plane, I was pretty happy I was given the ...
... and we began to head back making a trip to "jamba juice" en route. We seemed to be walking for ages and ages and ages, then after 45 minutes realised we were completely lost. We used google maps and finally got back to the walk of fame. This time we walked for 80minutes!!! We were planning to do the walk of fame but we were so tired! So we walked half of it which got us to the Chinese theatre (where the Oscars are held) where we looked at all the footprints and hand prints of celebs! ...
... went to sleep. I went to bed at a more reasonable time, only to discover that Samantha had woken up and was no longer sleepy. And when she isn't sleepy, no one is sleepy. The evening passed slowly with fitful sleep, a combination of excitement., nerves and post macca's wind.
Right now, we are at the airport terminal, waiting to go through security and the trip will begin for reals.
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... caused by the massive amount of hair product she had in her flawless locks but apparently in this city, reading giant cards of words is a skill worthy of employment. During our short stay in the City of Angels, stars were also searched for in Malibu, the famous Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills and Studio City with no luck. We then decided to hit up Tinseltown (Hollywood) and settle for the look-alike celebrities that pose for money. With this illusion in ...
... the Grand Canyon.
But first was the not-small matter of an eight-hour drive. When we told people back home our plan, we were met with disbelief and dubious remarks of "It’s a really long way, you know." Well, we said, we both enjoy driving, and it’s a pretty amazing route – and it really is. The scenery changes every half hour, and it doesn’t get boring. When you’re in an open top car, listening ...