Courtyard By Marriott Los Angeles Woodland Hills
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... of the high cost to check luggage, people try to avoid this by taking on huge bags as carry on luggage! It is not uncommon to see nearly everyone in line boarding the plane with a wheely suitcase, a matching hand luggage bag straddling the wheely bag and then a hand bag or laptop bag!! It is crazy! It is not uncommon for announcements to be made that the plane is full and that the remaining passengers will have to check their hand luggage at the counter and not have ...
... of his work and that is Molly Malone's.
While Neil and most of the regulars are all gone now, the legacy remains. For Neil painted regulars and iconic persons of Irish heritage, and very many of these paintings adorn the walls of Molly Malone's to this day. A darkish well worn Irish Pub with the air of a beat up beer parlour, the grand portrait of "Molly Malone" herself, which once hung proudly over the center of the bar, has been moved ...
... a nice vibe and appreciated that they were able to gather and prepare such a cute event.
In California we didnīt stop wondering about how everybody speaks Spanish. The reason may be found in the history. Alta California used to be a province in the Viceroyalty of New Spain and later a territory and department in independent Mexico. Today a lot of Mexicans and Central Americans (especially from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras) still live in this part of the United ...
... terminal. From here all was easy and we just had 4 hours to kill. This was achieved with having dinner on our remaining food of apples, muesli bars & pastries; changing our clothes & working on laptops & cameras. I love how they have power points between the chairs in the lounges (& that I remembered to include the American plug with the laptop).
The flight leaves at 10:10 pm so we are hoping for some sleep on board.
Another early morning. I could feel my sore muscles from the day before. Especially my neck and my legs and even though there wasn't too much dance planned on todays schedule, there was a lot of fitness work to be done. First things first, latin jazz with Liz Imperio at athletic garage. I was really excited for this class, as I had seen some videos online and she has choreographed a lot for Jennifer Lopez. She started warm up and talking us through how important it was to properly warm up ...