Courtyard by Marriott Thousand Oaks
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... about to require a image, stand up nevertheless and carry your air. Even a really slight motion could cause movements blur and damage that ideal picture. Tend not to inhale if you are using the chance it really is definitely worth the energy. When you use flowers or a great deal of natural material outdoors, try to take your shots by using an overcast time. It appears as if it wouldn't provide adequate gentle, but it really will surprise you. This kind of ...
Looking back over what I had written so far, I felt like my blog needed a little pick me up. With getting sick right after arriving and then the computer problems, I didn't do it justice so I'm adding a little extra to the beginning. As you may or may not have noticed. . yes this is a test to see if you really are paying attention to dates, or like me most of the time, just looking at the pictures? . . . I am writing this entry in the ...
... finest minds in a wide array of fields, most of whom have had very successful careers before making the move. The Milken Institute allows them to pursue their field, with research funding, a publishing base and a public platform that gets people's attention. Like academia, but without lots of the baggage.
The first Global Conference I attended in 2012, literally changed my life. It made me think on a different level, challenged what I thought possible ...
We all know the consumer rules here (and not often enough in Australia!), but we have been observing some interesting trends. Firstly, anything that works is immediately "chain-ized". If a bit is good, then a bit more must be better, and lots must be best (think Starbucks). And this makes sense for scale and profitability. Also, competition is very high, and if you have found a formula that works, ...
... mall is situated walking distance from here just down the road.
We arrived, swam, ate, and then slept. That's it....
Day 2 was a bit more eventful, starting with a alarmingly American buffet breakfast. The table behind us alone was enough to put anyone off eating, as it consisted of some rather large people eating a rather large plate of sugary pancakes with a rather large amount of full-fat maple syrup on them. Well, I guess America is a country ...