Engrained in my childhood memories are countless magical scenes and colourful Disney characters, bought to life every Saturday morning in our family living room and on the big screen. What child hasn’t dreamt of hugging Mickey Mouse on a visit to the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’.
According to recent statistics, Australian’s have been taking to the skies in record numbers over the past few years. Scores of aircraft cross the Pacific daily, filled with tourists and business travellers alike, making the Australia to U.S. routes some of the top international markets for air travel. So when is the cheapest time to fly to the U.S.A. from Australia?
Los Angeles is a great destination in itself, but what about those times when you’re just flying through? Lengthy connection times at Los Angeles airport (LAX) are usually part of the travel equation, especially when making your way to/from Australia.
You may want to consider a stop-over at one of the many LA airport area hotels which can be a restful solution to what might otherwise be a very long and taxing itinerary. If time is of the essence and an overnight stay isn’t possible, then consider a day room with a later flight connection.
Known as the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’ and where magic happens daily, both Disneyland in Anaheim, California, and Disneyworld in Orlando, Florida, offer their own unique experience and offering. Here is a quick comparison of the two to help you decide.
Los Angeles has a multitude of attractions and sights not to be missed by any visitor, but here we have explored some of the more ‘off the beaten track’ attractions. While destinations such as Disneyland, Universal Studios, Santa Monica Pier, Hollywood and Beverly Hills are worthy of a mention and not to be missed (plus thousands of others), these attractions will bring a unique experience to your Los Angeles visit.
Landing at Los Angeles Airport and feeling that rush of excitement to know you have finally arrived is thrilling! You pull into the gate, bounce off the plane and find you are faced with the labyrinth that makes up Los Angeles airport, or LAX as its referred. Here we explore the ins and outs to help glide you through.