Econo Lodge Near LAX
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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So, picking up where I left off a few days ago. We were having trouble with our jet pack (this gives us wifi connection anywhere - well almost anywhere when it works!!). We just reloaded it with 10GB and then it wouldn't turn on. That’s fun. Anyway after we worked out how to reset it we were good to go again.
Well I think that’s enough about Kenny! (re reading over what I wrote in my delirious state yesterday!) The standard of living started ...
... and went up the red lift that Arnold Schwaneger and his horse went up in in True Lies. Andrew had a bit of a panic attack and we only got to the 19th floor but it didn't matter because we couldn't get to the 35th floor as the La Prime restaurant must have been closed when Andrew said let's have another try. He was happy about that! We basically wandered around and found different stores as we went along and walked down to 9th street and back up and around with a few loopy detours ...
“WELCOME BROTHERS AND SISTERS!” the minister thunders in his microphone. “We have a packed ‘House of the Lord’ this Easter Sunday.”
“Amen, Brother,” a man jumps out of his seat, and waves his arm in the air.
“Today, our choir is going to give us a special Easter performance with two solos.”
“Praise the Lord!” another member ...
... to go went quite well! Until I poked myself in the eye with my thumb with this arm coordination cha cha cha. That threw me off quite a bit and that was the moment the tiredness was getting the better of me and I couldn't help but looking at the clock more than once to see when it was finally time for food and sleep. A little after 10pm we finished rehearsal and after everyone took their photos we went back into the Van and the bus and headed towards the hotel. Once we arrived ...
... exchanged pieces of our stories, as much as we could while landing at LAX, and cards too. Alcyone was the kind of person you'd want to meet before stepping out into a warm, wild city like LA. A well travelled spirit who has learned much from the miles. So we grabbed our bags from the carousel and hopped into a yellow cab who whizzed us over to the Wingate in Inglewood. In 15 minutes we'd ordered room service, and an hour more we were asleep at the crossroads of the ...