Courtyard by Marriott Thousand Oaks
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Well, after 11 hours of much needed sleep we got up at 8am and had the provided light breakfast at the hotel - lots of holiday makers staying here - and then packed up our gear and headed off to a nearby shopping mall to get a few things. The Oaks Mall is huge with a multitude of shops and I quickly found an AT&T store to get data SIM cards for our iPads, with a very helpful young bloke making the process very painless. Meanwhile Mumsie had found a Sophora shop and ...
... only" package but haven't seen the bill yet so I have no idea if I have to mortgage my home to pay it. I used the phone a lot to email and take pictures and look up info on the internet.
The taxi ride to Jerusalem . . One of the towns we passed was Modi'in. Ironically, I had recently seen a piece on 60 Minutes about the Israeli architect Moshe Safdie, who designed what is much of modern day Modi'in. As we continued driving (and ...
... SEO strategy in place working full-time for them. The white-label merchants frequently have to simply supply customer care and service whilst the provider really does the work. Alternatively, it's a constant process that has to be performed generally.
So great traffic eventually turns into revenue and big profits. A lot of the internet marketers could have realized the difficulty associated with making an SEO strategy for ...
Prompt: Where is the boy's treasure? Why did he have to go to the Pyramids to find it?
Answer: His treasure is buried under the roots of the sycamore in the old church. He had to go to the pyramids because part of his Personal Legend was to travel. Also, if he ...
... no amount of H2O was going to cure this beast of a headache, and Curtis ran around the surrounding blocks like a mad man looking for tylenol (what a champ, I owe him my life). Since then, we've just been lazing around, and are now at a fine dining establishment, known as ihop - where two can dine for $15.
Off to Sacramento tomorrow, in search an air mattress and a KOA .