Sanborn Guest House
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... face and some questionable looking orange juice, which was more like sugared water with orange flavouring. But hey, it was free, and God knows I'm a stingy traveller. Airport shuttle driver today was the cutest, kept calling me Senorita.
Hope you all enjoyed that outstandingly amazing and life changing blog post. Waiting for my flight to Seattle at this very moment, so don't worry I'll do something more exciting up there and more worthy of your reading time.
... full of characters. Market stalls line one side with the other containing a mix of shops; a regular occupancy is the 'Green Doctors' and the such like: Do you have a headache? Do you have arthritis? Do you have back pain? Well you could be entitled to some 'medical marijuana'... We passed a man balancing on one leg who was holding a snake. This snake was clearly fake but, while I was watching him, he said, 'yes they are real' but ...
... by the extravaganza. Joey and Emily had both been here before but I could not believe how extraordinary and ridiculous all the hotels along the strip were. We went into almost every hotel along The Strip to take a peek and see what they had to offer. The Bellagio is a massive hotel with a big artificial lake outside the door with the famous choreographed dancing fountains. The Venetian has hadn painted ceiling frescoes, gondola rides and full-scale reproductions of famous Venice ...
... with listening to his music on the porch outside. I on the other hand was in the thick of the action with a Pabbst Blue Ribbon in hand and fellow English soccer fans at the bar.
The game didn’t bode well for England initially. Italy got off to a fast start with a beautiful strike from just outside the 18 yard box. England soon equalized however with a full stretched goal off a brilliant cross from left halfback Wayne Rooney.
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... Public Library, the central part has 4 huge murals depicting the history of Los Angeles and the ceiling is a tiled mosaic. Really cool! Next was the Los Angeles Biltmore hotel which was opened in 1923 and was at the time the largest hotel west of Chicago in the US. It used to have 1500 rooms but that is now down to 683 due to reorganisation of rooms and conference facilities. Very, very grand inside, see pictures. We then walked through a super cool place called Grand Central ...