Courtyard By Marriott Los Angeles Woodland Hills
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... and also it looks funny when you only plug one in. I think the attendant thought he was on the phone. Jocks seat didn't recline, so he was half right about what he thought was the attendant call button. SO he sat upright for 13 hours and 18 minutes, looking and mutter at the tiny screen in the back of the seat in front of him. I'm never doing this flight again he muttered after brightly announcing after movies and drinks and being feed twice we still had another 7 ...
... Onion and Tomato Salad served with a garlic vinaigrette. For the entree I selected the Steak Kiana which come with mashed potato and lilikoi butter and for dessert I got the ice cream sandwich (vanilla ice cream sandwiched between 2 large brownies and garnished with raspberry coulis). I always enjoy my meal here, as the quality of food is good and the views are terrific. I wish they would be more careful taking reservations though, as I can’t believe I’m the ...
... which would have been interesting, but by far my favourite person so far has been The Intermittent Dancer. He was spectacular. You could tell he was really, reaaaally, enjoying the music on his ipod. Every now and again he'd just bust out on random tiny dance move. Maybe a hand flick, foot shuffle or a hip dip. Then he started to gain confidence and stared to string them together. But then he'd stop. I sat waiting with baited breath, c'mon dude! Bust it ...
... in Venice Beach. Jane says it resembles Blackpool with sunshine. Phil and the kids love it. Charlie has been after a skateboard since we arrived in California. He sees one he likes and buys it. Our only condition is that he gets a helmet and pads before he rides it. Yeah, yeah .....he says.
After Venice we head to West Hollywood as Dan wants to visit a Microsoft Store. ...
... should I write about?” I whine. “Our lives are too ‘goodie two shoes’ and without drama.”
“You should write about how good and solid our friendship is,” Dancer insists.
“But that’s not an incident that I can turn into a story.”
“What about that time we went to Gazzari’s on Sunset Strip?” Wisdom suggests.
“Oh yea, ...