Downey Inn Luxury Suites
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... Uncle Neil."
Tears in my eyes, we raised a glass to my cousin Kay Boyle Jackson, Uncle Neil and dear Momma Kitty, Kay's treasured feline who passed away. Could the evening get any better? I looked around at the wonderful folks surrounding me and thought not. Wrong.
The subterfuge was about to be exposed. Bill looked down the table at me and said "Rosie, we have a little something for you." I thought, how sweet but this is so much more ...
... t believe my eyes when I saw Johno. He totally missed his plane last night cause there was construction on the road close to the airport and the gate shut early. He joined us for our trip today. We used his navigation to start walking towards beverly hills. It was way too hot and sweaty outside cause we left a bit late. We decided a two hour walk might be a bit much so the plan was to walk up to fairfax and melrose. After a good walk we passed paramount pictures with the massive ...
The diversity between the urban, modern ways practiced in Guatemala City—the hub of cultural activity—and the traditional practices and customs of the Mayan population gives Guatemala a colorful and unique culture.
Guatemala is home to more than fourteen million people, covers over 42,000 square miles, and is sandwiched between Mexico, the Caribbean Sea, the Pacific Ocean, Honduras, Belize, and El Salvador. With ...
*We stayed in 11 hotels on this trip! Nicest was Westin in Melbourne, worst was Greymouth on tour that had ripped chairs and windows ( no air conditioning) that opened on the first floor to the outdoor smoking porch. *Our Air NZ plane from Auckland to LA was decorated externally totally in Hobbit lore. The safety flight film were all characters from the movies and included the two ...
... roads and besides which it was so smoggy we weren't able to see it clearly.
We tried to go to the Observatory, but so did the rest of LA so we gave up on that idea.
Then we decided to visit Beverley Hills as it was just an inch further over on the map. Driving down Rodeo Drive in an RV was an experience as it is quite a narrow road. We looked but we didn't see anything that appealed so there was no shopping today.