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... of very interesting characters for the people watchers out there) and did a bar crawl along Hollywood Blvd. If anybody gets the chance to try a jalapeno margarita then I would highly recommend it. Who knew spicy drinks would be so tasty. We saw a bunch of people standing around with cameras, lights and monitors etc down a side street while we were doing the bar crawl. Chris and me decided to see if we could get in on the action. And we did. Let me tell you, if ...
- Arriving at a reasonable time i went to dinner with my grandma and visited with her
-The next day i went shopping and my favorite spot that i go to every time i'm in LA.
As all asians do she gave me 100 for my travels witch once again went towards gas
... out twenty bucks just to use the camp's sewer. Every RV or caravan collects waste in the form of "black water" (septic) and "grey water" (kitchen/bathroom). Before you roll onto greener pastures both tanks must be dumped. Sites that offer full hook-up don't charge dumping fees because the rig is already connected to the sewer. Partial hook-up, as with Fernwood, charge a levy or fee to dump your grey and septic waste at a central spot. It's usually twenty bucks ...
Leg #1 of 4 completed. Up at 5:30, left for airport at 6:00. It took us 15 minutes to walk to the airport from our lodgings. Our flight left at 8:15 and we arrived in Dublin at 9:00. Now we sit and wait for our 4:00 flight to JFK on Aer Lingus. It is now 3:13 and we are waiting to board our flight.
Leg #2 was Dublin to New York. It was an uneventful flight. We arrived ...
The start of our month long vacation begins today with a drive to Los Angeles to visit the kids before our 10:30 p.m. departure from LAX. Kim and Andrew hosted a wonderful dinner party with Madalene and Drew and Greg and Todd to celebrate family birthdays and our travels. At ...
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2221 West Commonwealth Ave., Alhambra | 1 star hotelfrom $60