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... Trump. It was very pretty, overlooking Catalina Island which was surprisingly large and not that far offshore. Also stopped at the Terranea Resort for a similar view. Skipped the $75/head brunch and bought a carnita (pulled pork) sandwich roll from the local corner store and went home to feast on that and leftovers. Settling in for a nap and a lazy afternoon before our plane leaves at near midnight ...
... flight home! Probably the best, with yummy food and entertaining air hostesses.
18th June 2014
We landed finally on British soil earlier than expected! Our bags took forever to appear luckily as when we walked out Liz's Mum, Dad, Jess, Alfie and Ellie all there balloons, banners, flowers and a huge cheer! A wonderful welcome back, a little embarrassing. On our way home we drove feeling strange to be on the other side of the road and ready to relax!! ...
... desolate and fenced off. On a positive note, I was talking to a Japanese businessman from Houston one night at the hotel, and he said that many construction companies were setting up business in the region now, as it was starting to boom and make real progress on reconstruction. In true spirit of trains, planes and automobiles, we decided to hire a car for the last leg of our trip in USA. It was also by far the most economical option for us, with a hire cost of only 28 dollars per ...
... festive vibe, there were lots of "hobos" in the streets which intrigued the kids, I explained we have them in Melbourne too but the kids never go into the city at night. So far we are having a great time, Koby slept 13 hours last night and has only said he wants to go home once each day - so not too bad. Happy Chirstmas to everyone in ...
... has really taken a dive since the last time we visited in 2010. The number of people there trying to get a few $$ from all the tourists has increased drastically. Characters dressed up wanting $$ for a photo, people handing out "free" CD's for a donation and then the tour operators. The Mickey & Minnie they have there are pretty sad ...