Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Torrance - Del Amo Circle
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... has more permanent structures - very iconic and interesting. Adjacent to the markets was the Grove open-air shopping centre - lovely central fountain going in time to music, shady trees and some exclusive shops - very nice.
From here we drove through Beverley Hills - they say you can't be born or die here as there are ...
... kind of buzz.” Our buzz this particular night was a complete disregard for inhibition.
We danced. We twerked. We laughed. We lived large and for the moment we were rock stars in our own little world of fame. At one point, I felt so bold, I crossed the declarative line of socio-economic status and entered the VIP area. It was less of a rebellious move and more of a plea for all to share in our bliss regardless of whether you ordered $5 bud lights ...
Well surprisingly for once, Beaver wasn't randomly throwing things in a suitcase as the cab waited outside. Rather sitting patiently, well organised and all packed waiting for the free Qantas limo. It finally arrived after turning up at the wrong address and after saying a fond farewell to Slug, Beaver was off on ...
... a successful tour, we didn't lose anyone, we didn't lose or have any bags delayed and everyone had a good time.
The bus driver said we could walk back and we thought about it but chose a cab. Into our tiny room and I was on the bed trying to watch the Lakers through my eyelids. I managed to stay awake long enough to order take away and then woke up again to eat it. Then back to sleep.
Have fun because you know I will be.
... I can't grumble at leaving though as I then flew to Los Angeles where I met Sandy for our week off together. It's been five years since we were apart for this long and that too was as I looked at healthcare in another setting. I had undertaken my elective placement in Ghana, Africa as part of my masters. At the time I remember writing about the remarkable contrast between African healthcare and that of the NHS but comparing it with the American system is even more staggering. ...