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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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St Louis, MO is where I live and worked. (I retired April 30th) Before I retired and was still working, I was talking with a co-worker, Norma, and casually sharing with her the enormous amount of work I had to do in Manhattan Beach, CA where my parents have a house. I inherited their home last year after mom passed away. Dad is in a nursing home in the area.
During my conversation with Norma, I shared that my dad had a shed loaded with ...
Goodbye to the beautiful Beverly Wilshire and hello Walt Disney. Down in Anaheim for the next 4 nights. Motel room not ready, so dump the suitcases and straight across the road to The Happiest Place On Earth. We finished up being able to get "Tomorrow Land" finished. Space Mountain ride was pretty good. A roller coaster all in the dark. The ...
We made it! After seeing Aunt Nasra at the airport, we picked up a big SUV and headed out to Manhattan Beach. What a place! We rented bikes and biked along "the strand" which is a lovely bike path right on the beach. We saw people surfing, playing volleyball, and generally enjoying themselves. Erin was attracted to the beautiful homes with ...
... beat the Chiefs and ate Hot Cookies in the Castro with Gina Judd, then crossed the Golden Gate Bridge and had fish tacos with Meghan Grabow. Caught the sunset flight back.
- Visited MOCA and saw an exhibit of deranged clowns in housecoats.
- Found my dream car at the Petersen Automotive Museum - a pale yellow '54 Kaiser Darrin ...
... here also sells groceries, so we thought we'd see if by any crazy chance they had gf bread. Not so unfortunately. But we did, amongst other things, buy a crazy-big bag of peanut butter cups and kit kats! We are reminded around every corner that Halloween is coming up, and apparently that also means that 'candy' is really cheap, and can be bought in bulk. I am beginning to understand the obesity issue here.
Back (eventually) at ...