Days Inn Stonewood
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Vi ankommer til LA kl 15:40, hvor vi skal i gennem en lang kø ved pas kontrollen, derefter finder vi bussen fra lufthaven ud til hvor vi har lejet vores bil, også ellers imod den Days Inn vi havde booket hjemme fra, som vi skulle sove i de næste 3 nætter. Da vi ankommer til Days Inn er kl. ca 19:00, ret trætte oven på en lang flyve tur, når vi kun …
... yet..." She reached down and picked up a billfold and reached towards me saying "are you Rosie? This is for you."
Stunned, I opened it to find a special note inside. It read:
"Happy 50th Rosie! Was originally going to pay for the door charge, but thought this might generate more fun all around... I know you'll have a grand time! And I like thinking my dad might've had a hand in provoking your invitation. A little piece of history! Love from ...
... in class as well. I could totally see myself living here and taking her class like every week. When I went up to Terri to thank her for class and tell her I loved it, she was so nice. She said she liked my positivity, brightness and smile and told me I was totally dancing my guts out in the meanwhile as well. Awesome! Felt so good leaving the studio. People totally see me here as well in LA, how cool?!
I went back to podshare, take a quick shower and meet up with the guys. ...
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... think business types would need to fly. I walked from the Tom something international terminal. That is actually a fair distance with the bags I had. 1km I reckon. Maybe. Probably not. But dragging a suitcase, carrying a bag plus my laptop bag, it seemed to take forever. I was going to carry my red bag onto the flight, but I thought 'stuff it'. Though it did cost me $40 to check it. What a ...