Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - LAX / El Segundo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We are at a Mackrell International meeting, a U.K based consortium of law firms throughout the world with an Americas Meeting each fall and a May meeting somewhere fabulous (for us Rome then Tokyo then, well, South Beach). Each meeting provides a privileged view of the location and this one brings us to the amazing Montage Hotel in the heart of Beverly Hills (sing Weezer song in your head now).
The Montage makes the 5 ...
... even better. I dared not have anymore, as I still had to navigate our way back on a bike. We got to see the sunset on Venice beach, enjoying the beauty and atmosphere of the place. Being silly buggers taking our photos with the timer and running across the sand in our drunken silly states. Once the sun disappeared, we got our bikes, put on the lights and cycled along the bike path promenade along the beach this time. We got all the way up to muscle beach, before realising we had ...
... on it onto Coronado Island. It's richer area and means the crowned one. We saw a beautiful old I think the oldest hotel in California which was the Hotel Coronado, it was grand. We went back over the bridge and saw a majority of the wharf area taken up by Navy and Marine Corp Recruit Depot. There were Navy ships and the oldest Aircraft Carrier USS Midway dating back to Vietnam recently made a museum. We saw a submarine also and other buildings owned by Defence. ...
The Lone Ranger
"That's right, Brother! Tells 'em like it is!"
People all around me are standing up and shouting.
Two weeks earlier, I’m working at Hughes Aircraft Company, making a list of my accomplishments for the first quarter of 1982. Two co-workers, Soul Sista and Black Mama, enter my office.
“Liz, will you come to our Easter Sunday church service?” Soul Sista asks. “Black ...
... today, and we kept getting in traffic jams on the ride. Gotta say it’s the first time we’ve experienced traffic on a ride. What is the deal with this town and traffic? We passed one part of the ride three times, and Mark leaned over to Cheryl and said, “Big Ben. Parliament.” You might remember that line from “National Lampoon’s European Vacation”, where Chevy Chase gets caught in the roundabout in London ...