BEST WESTERN Redondo Beach Galleria Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We got to sleep in today. Left Anaheim at noon and got to Manhattan Beach by 1 PM.
Of course Matthew headed straight for the water. Swimming was not in the plan but that changed. He couldn't resist the waves. After the beach, we walked out on Manhattan Beach Pier. The weather was great. We got to see surfers, Manhattan Beach homes and an interesting, small aquarium. ...
... destination, it was only one more block up and at last we reached Hollywood Boulevard. and walked our bikes along the Hall of Fame, with all those stars in the pavement and names we've never heard of, apart from a few of the famous we did. We stopped and locked our bikes at this point, to stretch our legs properly with the amount of hills we had encountered along our mammoth mission. I bought my California souvenir and having walked quite a bit of the Hollywood ...
... John", I said, "I'm a big boy, I can deal with this". John disappeared back to his original lady and I was just about to continue explaining myself but John was back thrusting the details of his bank account under the glass for my teller. "This is my friend from England", he continued, "He's on a trip around the world and wants to change the Australian money into American. He was in Australia a few countries ago and is off ...
... spout, and a fancy curved handle with a twist at the end. I coat it with layers of several different glazes that will explode like fireworks in vibrant colors of reds and blues during the final firing tonight. My excitement and anticipation is almost unbearable when I arrive to my class the following evening. I search through hundreds of newly fired pots, some are green ware, and others are beautifully glazed ...
... Josephina (Pepina) and Rosa. If you read the census carefully, you’ll see that his father, Charlie Sr., if I can call him that, migrated in 1891 and his mother, Mary, actually Maria Grande, migrated in 1896. But it also shows they had been married 10 years, which means they were married in Italy in 1890. The census also reveals that Mary/Maria had three children, only two of which were then living.
I think I also found the ...