Embassy Suites Los Angeles/Glendale
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... to a shop keeper, this one a bike hire booth near the gymnastics rings on the beach. Robyn was brave, so her run of caches on consecutive days continues to grow.
There was a park with some interesting sculptures on the other side of Ocean Avenue, so before we started looking for a bus we had a look. Interesting, but our enjoyment sadly was marred by another camp of homeless people. These unfortunates are very visible just about everywhere.
Then we had ...
... not find) then wandered onto the enormous pier - so big that it had three restaurants and car parking.
Hidden behind a whale sculpture was a cache, and from the end of the pier was a great view of the bay, and back to Santa Monica, which has no high rises looks beautiful from the sea. We also had a view of a US navy ship (perhaps keeping an eye on the oil rigs?) and the cruise ship.
Then the fun started - a drive to Los Angeles. Bill handled ...
... name, and a fake ID that I guarded with my life. Ha! I didn't take my eyes off that thing! Fast forward to 2011, I was working Full Time at a BIG Hotel chain, when they suddenly cut my days from 6 down to 2. I figured that there was a reason I was given all the extra time, and that's when I started my Businesses....Midnight Starlet & Hoopalicious Supply Co.! Best thing that ever happened to me. ...
... in history. It has been less than 25 years since President Reagan passed away, however, his current status in popular culture remains strong as was evidenced by the crowded museum.
I have heard David McCullough explain that knowledge of our country's history is sorely lacking, and that many of our best universities do not even have a requirement of history classes to graduate. I applaud the number of ...
... me to.
“Your bottom line is too high for me. Show me the vehicle’s invoice, and I’ll pay you $500 over that amount.”
“WHAT DID YOU SAY?” he thunders as he leans forward, and puts his fists on his desk. His face turns beat red as he stands up, and leans closer to me. “I’m NOT going to show you the invoice! What if I only paid $1 for this vehicle? ...