Linda Farmer bought tickets around Christmas to see Hugh Jackman in June at New York’s Madison Square Garden and booked a hotel nearby. Farmer had no idea that six months later, she’d be laying on what she said was a disgusting blanket in a dirty room.
“We go to the city a lot and stay overnight, but I’ve never experienced anything like this,” Farmer of Tannersville, Pennsylvania, told USA TODAY about her experience staying at the Hotel Pennsylvania in Midtown Manhattan on Friday. She and her fellow travelers said they discovered mold in not one, but two, hotel rooms and that their group wasn’t alone in complaining to hotel employees.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (KGTV) — Guests were forced from the fastest ship in the galaxy at Disneyland Friday, after a massive earthquake struck Southern California.
The magnitude 7.1 quake hit the Ridgecrest area about 160 miles east of the theme park just before 8:20 p.m.
Video from Disneyland after the earthquake showed guests being evacuated from the park’s Millennium Falcon ride in “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.” Guests in other areas of the park also reported rides temporarily closed for employees to conduct safety inspections.
Three cities in Alaska experienced record high temperatures on July 4th as several agencies warned Friday of high fire risk in the Upper Yukon and south central Alaska. According to CBS Anchorage affiliate KTVA, the Division of Forestry reported over 100 active fires burning throughout the state of Alaska.
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake rattled Southern California on Thursday and officials said it was the largest to hit the region in 20 years. The quake struck near the city of Ridgecrest, which is located about 160 miles northeast of Los Angeles.
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The Golden State Warriors are in the process of asking San Francisco city officials for permission to move forward with plans for a 142-room hotel topped by 24 market-rate apartments connected to the franchise’s nearly $2 billion arena development, co-owner and CEO Joe Lacob said.
The Warriors publicly disclosed the hotel and apartment plans — part of the $1 billion-plus Chase Center arena development — in February. But Lacob said the project has been under consideration for years.
“It’s right on the schedule that we (thought), but we were deciding” whether to build the hotel/apartments, he said.
An international tourist died after he fell hundreds of feet into the Grand Canyon while trying to take photos on Thursday near the rim of Eagle Point, according to David Leibowitz, a spokesman for Grand Canyon West.
Leibowitz said a tour group from Hong Kong was visiting the Grand Canyon, and many of the tourists were taking photos very close to the rim of the canyon.
While attempting to snap a photo at Eagle Point, adjacent to the popular Skywalk attraction, a man from the group accidentally fell off the rim and into the canyon.