Beverly Laurel Motor Hotel
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Really nice modem room, I'm not a fan of the men's work uniform but each to there own :)
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I had a strong start to my trip with only being able to sleep for 45mins on the 13hr flight, the struggle is real but at least I wasn't bore and had good company on the flight with aaron. Day 1: all I did was walk, I still need to make time for the citadel but the grove and Beverly centre was good to shop out. I can't believe I came within 10mt of …
... left Sydney. DD2 was fascinated by the time changes and the fact that we had been travelling for an Australian night!
We were lucky enough to be a group of four in a row with six seats, so the girls spread across three seats on one side of the aisle, and VWH and I had three seats on the other side of the aisle. The girls fell asleep age fore we even left LAX. I did too, although I woke up at food time. DD1 woke up after a few hours, but dozed off ...
... cool. Lots of cool LA dudes. It is gorgeous though. Really quirky, I like the free iced tea and chips at reception. We were so excited when we arrived, I forget to tell Matt my suitcase was open from the beach so my clothes went all over the parking lot and our Monterey wine smashed everywhere! Grump over, we had our tea in their restaurant , 'Tart'. Was lovely. Can honestly say we have not had a bad meal since we've been away! Food has been amazing!
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... we visited Angels Flight (built 1901), a landmark 2 ft, 6 in (762 mm) narrow gage funicular railway in the Bunker Hill district. It has two funicular cars: Sinai and Olivet. The original Angels Flight location, with tracks connecting Hill Street and Olive Street, operated from 1901 until it was closed in 1969, when its site was cleared for redevelopment.The second Angels Flight location opened nearby to ...
... or if you have seen the end of a football game and camera men are out on the field, those were probably shot using a Steadicam) We drove out to Burbank, where Dan, Rey, and Mark took us out to lunch and we discussed the possibility of interning there. It was also for them to get to know us, for they want to start having more Taylor students intern there in the future. After lunch they gave us a quick tour of their facility and even gave ...