Comfort Inn Near Warner Center
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... work rate is the second worst thing someone can say about you. The worst is being called "soft." Remember, If there is one thing you control. It is work rate. And the other is being hard as ****. Not backing down to any ****, and putting vilolence into every ruck, tackle and run.
But sometimes in Games there might not be that much action you are involved in. If the game is heavily played where your team just kicks the ball away. It might be ...
... shops and at outdoor gyms/playgrounds. The most nostalgia inducing was seeing people walk and jump on tight ropes suspended between two wooden columns. Although much higher than the ropes used in China, it reminded me of the ropes school children played with during recess in an activity called "tiao pi ji er". We also stopped at some picturesque sights and took our first travel photos! Completely relaxed in LA, I definitely forgot about the long journey ahead, but ...
... handling was best typified by a second half try that started sixty yards out (yes, yards). The attack could have broken down at least three times, but slick catch-passes from the boys moved the ball away from trouble before Daniel Parete finally dotted it down.
Mira Costa, to their credit, never gave up. Most of their players only had played for two years so, hopefully, they gained some valuable experience from the game.
... I wasn't going to mention this again but one of the bathrooms(I'm starting to talk American already) had 3 huge mirrors on the walls. As a recovering Narcissoholic this was a huge challenge as there's not many places to look in a plane toilet. Having said that, it was the biggest toilet I've seen on a plane. Probably not enough room to swing a cat but I think you could have swung a kitten or even a small puppy. As I ...
... for joy to find out the road had been reopened, relieved we continued on to the most stunning section of the road!
After more initial fog where we wondered if we’d be able to see anything at all, it cleared, hallelujah! Revealing a coastline and cliff hugging road straight from a Bond movie, (wish we’d had a sports car to handle some of those curves!) waves crashed against plunging cliffs and every new bend in the road revealed another jaw ...