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... I had my kindle...nobody would tell us what was happening and all we knew was that we were not allowed to stand up!! We did have one good thing to come out of it in the fact that we made a new Italian friend who had been denied immediate entry just before us...maybe our interviewer was having a bad day!!
We got to the Hilton at about 8pm, grabbed some food and a beer then promptly hit bed...so happy to not be on an airport floor!!!
... I have ever had.
We finally decided to go to the Casablanca Cafe for dinner. The restaurant is housed in the first beach house in Fort Lauderdale. Go about 6 and you may be fortunate to sit on the balcony with a great view of Fort Lauderdale Beach. We had escargots with an attitude (delicious), Keith had Rack of Lamb; I had Sea Bass that was fantastic; Keith had Key Lime Pie for dessert and I had chocolate Mousse.. It was all very well done and very enjoyable.
... Morning” them back, even if it was evening..
A month later, I was shopping with a Chinese
friend.., the employees again wishing us this poorly executed greeting.., my
conversation with him, concerning this misuse of words.., had him to the floor
with laughter, and me still wondering..
It turns out, I was informed, after
he regained his composure.., store employees recite this “welcome to you
phrase” as ...
... moment” we have none.
Even repeatedly placing yourself in precarious situations, as I have done, will give you no definitive knowledge of your impending destruction,…
Unless you are gasping for your final breath, from some terminal type illness, you won’t know how or when your demise will come.
So when someone close is suddenly snatched from amongst us, I refer to this crucial difference in the struggle to ...
... an idea to solve my car less situation.
We could remove everything from the frame and replace it with a recycled frame from a junk yard!
We would only re-install the running gear and engine to the frame, while I would replace the entire cab and bed with wood. I believe this notion inspired Cruddy Mike, as we called him, who called me Monkey Paws.
It only took several weeks to get me back on the road, already late for the fishing ...