East West Suites
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Yesterday we went to Hollywood and we saw the Hollywood sign and the walk of fame. We saw the best view of the Hollywood sign. We saw heaps of stars and we even saw Kermit the Frog's star. There were heaps of blank stars. Then we went to our hotel. Today we just spent the last day in the hotel. We went for swims and used the free wifi. Right now we are in the airport about to fly home. Can't wait for school!!!!!!! 56860; ...
... of rich and famous, but heard a few stories. Beverley Hills looked ok, but a bit bland.
Then onto freeway and Santa Monica. We left the tour at this point so we could fully explore on our own. By now it was about 3pm. We went down a pedestrianised street and topped up our water bottles (plenty of fountains here), went to Disney store cos Josefina hadn't had quite enough Disney yet.. Then we walked to Santa Monica pier, to the end and then walked along the boardwalk ...
... people out for the fireworks though that it took us about an hour to walk back up the road to our hotel. Thank God they let you drink on the streets!
Of course a visit to Vegas wouldn’t be complete without partaking in some gambling! Our attempts at getting into this was definitely not worthy of a seat in the high-rollers lounge, but overall we didn’t do too badly. Our first foray into the world of betting was the night we decided to put all of the money we ...
... and rightfully so, Chris & Haley suggested the notion of "what about us?". Oh, ok . . . I can do this a couple more times ! And more planning began. Part 2 was with Chris, where we made a winter trip to the East Coast, visiting MBA programs at Ivy league schools & going to NFL & NBA games -- another great time together. And now, here we are with part 3 of the Father-son/daughter saga. ...
It took two nights and a day to get out here on the Southwest Chief. It's fun, such incredible scenery, What I most remember: the people.
We had a roomette, but I spent a lot of time in the observation car. A former sheetrock guy playing guitar didn't stop all afternoon.
"I went out to Dallas a few days ago to help my sister repair a bathroom. All these pickers came by. We played bluegrass and rock for ...