Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Huntington Beach
Today we picked up a Kia Soul and drove to Malibu, which has a beach but it was not very nice.
After that we drove up into Hollywood to look at the famous streets and we went to the Walk of Fame (near Manns Chinese Theatre where the Oscars - JB).
We then drove to Huntington Beach. That night we went to Thai Wave for dinner - it was near the street markets.
How nice it was to stay in a hotel with luxuries all around...
A lovely dinner and a few drinks to celebrate and the odd bit of shopping... I can't fit everything in my back-pack so have had to purchase an additional bag.... god know what it would of been like if I went shopping!!!
The flight to Fiji leaves LAX at 23.30pm so need …
My first step in LA and I almost drowned in the most beautiful, bright, hot stuff coming from the yellow thing in the sky!! SUNLIGHT! On my skin!!! My poor, pasty white arms didn't know what to do with themselves. I was sunburnt almost immediately and in tropical HEAVEN!! Oh, and LA was good too. :-D Wait, I'll start from the top, in robot talk: * …
... was right in front of us. Any delay on our trip by 30 seconds would have put us right in the middle of the accident. Thank the Lord for getting us there without incident. On top of that, Kaptain was talking to a guy that was checking in when he was at the RV Park and the guy said that he had been stuck in traffic on the I-15 (beyond us) because there was a bad accident ...
-This movie was shown to me by my high school photography teacher and I am so glad that it was. To anyone who has already seen it you probably understand why I instantly fell in love with it's quirks. For anyone who hasn't seen it, watch it. I cannot describe it to you, it is an experience you must have for yourself.
2. Under The Tuscan Sun
-This movie still motivates me to move to another country. Not because I have a bad life ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
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- Swimming pool
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility