Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - LAX Airport - El Segundo
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - LAX Airport - El Segundo
Travel Blogs from El Segundo
... hopping until midnight. Maybe you’ll meet the man of your dreams tonight.”
“Oh, I don’t even think about that anymore,” I sigh. “After turning the big 4-0 two months ago, I decided to forget about finding Mr. Right, and just be happy with Mr. Right Now or Mr. Nobody. Besides, the latest survey says that the likelihood of women over 40 getting married is the same as her odds of getting hit ...
... all the time, plus play soccer and golf may explain why my heart rate is so low.”
A week later, I hear John calling out my name in panic. He’s shaking me. My mouth is wide open and sounds are coming out. Oh NO! I think as I come out of my dream. I must be making the same sounds that I’m making in my dream. I’m so embarrassed. I hit John with my whole arm across his chest ...
... I notice that John’s neatly pressed, blue dress-shirt brings out the blue in his eyes. His coveted Mont Blanc fountain pen rests in his breast pocket. He’s wearing creased black slacks, which match his polished wing-tip shoes. “What a tasteful dresser he is,” I think to myself.
“I am ahead of Willy by four paces,” John continues, “and get several feet beyond the edge of ...
... I can add a quart of radiator repair fluid, which has flecks of metal in it. While you’re driving around, the fluid runs through your radiator, and the metal fragments plug up the holes.”
“That sounds great! I’ll try it.” He pours the fluid into my radiator.
“Be sure you drive it around for awhile to let the fluid run through your radiator.”
“Okay. I’ll do ...
... as I take several notes, like a single family dwelling is the best home to buy -- the three most important things to look for when buying property is LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION.
A building inspector, who explains how to perform our own home inspections, without having to hire a professional building inspector, gives one presentation. “You can test for wood rot,” he says, “by poking a sharp knife into the wood siding. If ...