Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - LAX / El Segundo
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... in. So driving around on a Saturday night is ultra hectic, especially not knowing which roads are one ways, trying to see where you can/cannot park, and looking for a place to eat ice cream. We finally did though, and everything worked out. We got our ice cream, walked around a little bit and then headed back to PCC. Quite an eventful first day in SoCal.
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... place trendy in a really dirty, run down and confronting sort of way but I certainly would not want to live there. Could not find anywhere to buy coffee! They don't do coffee shops here like in Melbourne. Then we drove up to Beverley Hills to see some of the houses of the rich and famous. We saw the houses of Danny DeVito, Mick Jagger, Ellen and Portia's place and the Playboy Mansion. After Venice Beach, the contrast was obscene. We then went to take a ...
... It was an hours drive north-west of LA, so we left AFTER peak hour and in time for opening at 10.00am. The drive was pretty good, not too many slow downs and the outlet mall was ENORMOUS. We had to drive the car from section to section. Why does shopping take so long .... by lunch (2 hours after we arrived), I had spent $20. The next 2 hours were a bit more successful, I found sneakers and jeans and a couple of other bargains. We ...
... of Americans and I think to some degree it is true. What you own, whether it's a new car, a bigger house or a new handbag, your social status goes up a few notches, because you own something better. This concept of pursuing material possessions, isn't isolated to America, it happens all over the world. But I definitely feel it's more obvious in America. One thing that has stood out to me most (and a stereotype that is perhaps the most ...
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"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 ...