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On the day after the wedding, my brother and I decided to head back to the states. The flight I was eyeing was the United flight from LHR-LAX and he was looking at LHR-EWR. Since we were both flying United, we got to depart from the brand new Queens Terminal. I was very excited because I love new terminals. When I walked into the terminal, it still had the new terminal smell. My brother had to check his bag in and I saw they had a Do it yourself ...
... line seating only to be told they are in an even section on the far end of the first base line. I sat in the second row of the second level, directly behind home plate. It was a great view for a very entertaining game. The crowd was the least into it of any so far. Not sure if that is a normal thing or just a Monday night thing. It did get to rocking a bit as the Dodgers rallied in the 6th. Upon leaving I tried to procure a hotel room but had my card denied once over ...
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... up our carry-ons, brush our teeth and say goodbye to Super Mario before going to the Universe Lounge to wait for our disembarkation number to be called. We saw Carl our table mate heading off as we came downstairs and said goodbye to him - hopefully he made it to the airport in time to catch his plane otherwise he’ll have to stay overnight and then head out tomorrow.
We sat with Jean and Dean until ...
Anybody you ask will tell you that Los Angeles is a city of a hundred faces. There are those of obscene wealth, buffeting areas of extreme poverty, where a sea of tents and trolleys clutter the streets. There are parts of the city where countless artists have filled every surface with mind-blowing graffiti. Walking where the colour-soaked buildings and walls captivate pedestrians, you almost forget the filth and garbage that clogs others.. almost. The architecture is ...
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