Good Nite Inn Buena Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... Rodeo Drive, Sunset Strip, Hollywood Bowl, Mulholland Drive, Hollywood Hills and of course Beverley Hills were all in the mix. I can't count the number of celebrity mansions we saw but not a celebrity in sight. Personally we thought Hollywood looks a bit tired and wasn't quite what we expected.
After the tour we drove to Santa Monica and Venice Beach. Very busy, full of locals and tourists. We had planned to hire a bike ...
... day we hired bikes from Santa Monica beach and rode along to Venice beach. The ride was stunning and the weather was perfect so it was a very enjoyable afternoon. In the evening we headed to the Hard Rock Cafe for dinner and drinks which was good we all had pretty nice meals. The following day we were picking up our car and heading to Santa Barbara. The road trip begins!
Will keep you posted on our adventure up the west coast! Kirsty and Tom :-)
... finest minds in a wide array of fields, most of whom have had very successful careers before making the move. The Milken Institute allows them to pursue their field, with research funding, a publishing base and a public platform that gets people's attention. Like academia, but without lots of the baggage.
The first Global Conference I attended in 2012, literally changed my life. It made me think on a different level, challenged what I thought possible ...
... for over $100 until we found one place with hoodies for $30. We still decided against them and found a taxi back to the airport.
I boarded my plane to Seattle, got talked up by another military guy while trying to sleep there for the night, and hung out with some friends the next day before Mike came to get me at night. I'll miss this great team and I wish I had more time to get to know each of them more!
I now await my crazy 5 week spring break ...
... who did a dissertation on that? And found an interaction effect which is very rare to find? Guess who also forgot the results of her dissertation? So I will email him later. He mentioned several good books one of was Darwin's Cathedral written by an atheist about the natural selection advantage of religion. After Hayes, I saw Scott Miller talk about feedback informed therapy. It is about incorporating 4 outcome related questions at the beginning of the session ...