Hollywood and Highland Hotel and Hostel
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... a Starbucks coffee and it wasn't actually too bad. I had them make it with two blends so somehow it worked for me. Too many photos to post and too many things to buy. I've been banned from buying coffee cups again. I have 5 already. Everyday we are buggered but another day awaits...really don't want to ...
OK so we changed our flight to go through Houston because of weather in Newark the day before we left. And Then we arrived at CHS and found that the Houston flight was full and we moved to a flight through Dulles. The United gate agent in Charlleston was really helpful and got us listed on the best flights for stand by We both were in middle seats. Very wonderful for Richard. However since we ...
... entered the track at 2:30pm and first off the track was so easy then after that we got to a creek crossing the guy in the Ford F150 went first and just planted it didn’t even back off, water was everywhere in his ute but he didn’t seem to mind so one after another we entered the creek and we all made it across bar one which didn’t have a snorkel and was flooded. So I hitched the snap strap and pulled him out, I think he is going to make a ...
... Bill Hearst inherited from his father, George in 1919 (along with several prestigious newspapers). It's a swanky joint, all right, and worth a look regardless of your politics. A highly coveted invite from Bill in the late 1920s asking to "Please come and ride the range with me" was like a Willy Wonka gold ticket. He called it "La Cuesta Encantada" or The Enchanted Hill, a lesson in excess that housed Hollywood's who's-who of yesteryear and a swag of European ...
... a dog's leg corner and laid out on the floor for a fairly decent sleep, out of sight of most people. I'm lucky I can sleep on hard surfaces - thanks to years of yoga relaxation exercises.
Filled in some time up in a posh new bar, sipping on a red wine and pretending I would later buy some food - only so I could use their wifi and power point.