Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - La Mirada
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... like it had been buffed with sandpaper, bad re sprays on minor repairs, inside was filthy and weirdly scratched up. However, at the end of the day, it was a $400 upgrade we didn't pay for. Wendy did a great job navigating us out of SF after we went back and picked up our gear from the apartment and we headed off about 11. Got into Monterey about 3:30 after a scenic drive down the coast. By coincidence it was car week in Monterey and the hotel had been over run by the auction ...
... spends every night with me in El Segundo, near LAX.
Later that day, I get behind Babe on his red and white striped motorcycle. The large seat is well padded and comfortable. Both of us are wearing jeans, a long-sleeved shirt, and a light jacket. I wrap my arms around Babe chest, and hold on tight.
Ooh, this feels so good snuggling up to Babe, I think as we take off. Ah, the warm wind soothes my face, and ...
... made our way over there because that was also where 2 star alliance lounges were located.
Thanks to my brother's United Elite status, we could access 2 lounges in the terminal. The first lounge was the Air Canada Lounge. As soon as we walked in, I could still smell the new lounge smell. This lounge had only been open for 5 days. I'll definitely say this was a legit lounge. They had tons of space. There were chairs with great views of ...
... to find the start of the trail, then came upon a very friendly police man who told us one way to get up to the sign - not quite the sandy hike we had anticipated but a steep winding road nevertheless. After half an hour we reached the closest point anyone can get to the sign. We took lots of photos and took in the breathtaking views before heading back to Hollywood boulevard. The bus failed us and we ended up walking for about an hour (I haven't had much success with buses so ...
... but solid at his core. Rebuild-able, just like his hip.
In Australia, the vast majority of our armed forces are "drawn-down" (home) now, for the first time in a decade. There are tens of thousands of damaged men and women returning to strained relationships, terrible dreams and serious mental health challenges, broken bodies, under-funded ongoing care, and an ignorant, or indifferent, community.
Will we really let our Josephs fall through the cracks, ...