BEST WESTERN Redondo Beach Galleria Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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<i>i have known the taste of salt water, and the smell of decaying forests, and the cracks in hundreds of sidewalks. i have loved the gas pedal, and the airport concourse, and the ever-changing time zones. in all of these places, i thought i could find a home in not having one; i have chased the sun across the sky so many times. not yet ready to admit, you never catch ...
Day 4 has come around and I am loving Los Angeles. Today I am going on a tour on electric bikes along Venice beach and Santa Monica. With a great rating from other people and an cheap tour at $64.00 this will be a good day. With a sleep in today I am able to get up at around 9am. Refresh myself by jumping into the shower to wake me up. I chuck some clothes on and head out the door. The tour is at 10:00am and my resort is ...
... speculation, but it seems more than coincidental.
The ship’s manifest also indicates Maria’s last residence was Macchia d’Isernia, a small town in southern Italy. I e-mailed the Catholic diocese there, about six months ago, hoping that it might have some church record of Maria Grande or Celistino Di Pasquale, but have heard nothing. Maybe I need to travel to Macchia d'Isernia. What do you think?
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... in Philadelphia where her grandfather, my step-grandfather, another Charles Di Pasquale, was buried in 1901 - a photo-op for Find A Grave. Along the way, we plan on stopping at the Gettysburg battle field and then Pottsville, PA, where he oldest brewery in the U.S. is located, the Yuengling Brewery. Never heard of it? Neither have we, but we're big on breweries so this should be a treat. Then on to Dickson City, PA, to visit my ...
... a GMC(Holden)Captiva. The drive from New Orleans was very straightforward through the glades of Louisiana, into Texas, New Mexico and eventually Arizona, travelling for much of the last part of the trip on half of the famous Route 66. ( Jeff said to just that you are a Route 66 chic, but we will will call you route 33 chic for the moment until you complete the second half - Chicago to Amarillo) . The highway driving...... Let me just explain this in US.... The official speed is 75 miles ...