Hilton Los Angeles North / Glendale & Executive Meeting CTR
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... said Santa Monica. It ended up that either would have got us there eventually. By eventually we mean after about two hours!
We got to the sea and after a stroll we decided we'd do lunch, bike ride and then a swim.
So after dismissing Bubba Gump's diner as a gimmick, Rusty's on Santa Monica Pier beckoned, and Rob had a 'Po Boy sandwich (prawns in a roll) and Jonathan a Jalepino Burger, which wasn't that hot. We were tempted by the drink special, ...
... walk, and Margie had found the Naomi Watts version of King Kong on the tele, so we didn't feel too much pressure to be up and at 'em quickly.
So we packed up at a genteel pace, though spurred on by Robyn who was starting to feel ready for breakfast.
We headed past one option, an IHOP diner, remembered semi-fondly from Bend in central Oregon, but we headed down the main street to the beach. It was spectacular. A massive pier extended into the ...
... to the L.A observatory that over looked L.A and we got a good look at the Hollywood sign on the hill. After we took some photos of the sign we drove back down to Hollywood boulevard and we walked along the walk of fame for a bit and then we caught a taxi back to the hotel for a bit of a lay down. We had dinner at the hotel again because it is pretty isolated from everything. Either that or we can't be ***** walking to find anything. ...
... and the Palisades Farm Market. She took us down to Ventura Beach, so that Ann could get a good feeling for the freak parade that finds its headquarters there. We asked Aunt Yvonne to see the video interview of her parents that told the story of the patriarch and matriarch of her family. Her parents have been gone for over a quarter century, and yet thanks to her son Jeff Regan and company, this amazing interview lives ...
... 8220;After getting the answers from the second salesperson, do I say that I’ll think about it, and that I’ll come back later?”
“That’s right. When you go back the third time, tell the second salesperson that you’re ready to buy the car. You will then be introduced to the top-level, which will most likely be the owner of the company. Ask what is the best deal that they ...