Hilton Los Angeles / San Gabriel
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We drove through Sunset Strip, the outskirts of Bel Air, which you can't even go into without a permit, and numerous other places before our final stop, Rodeo Drive, famous for being on Pretty Woman. We got out there and walked around for a bit, feeling very underdressed and out of place! It is literally only designer shops and most have security standing at the door. I would of loved to try and walk in a shop and see what happened! Probably get chucked ...
... think that I’m going to sell it to you for $501?”
“That’s my offer,” I stand my ground.
“GET OUT HERE,” he points out the door, AND DON’T COME BACK!”
I wait two weeks, call the Mazda dealer, and ask to speak to the owner.
“Mr. Petrosky, this is Elizabeth Kroupa. I’d like to make another offer on…”
... of ape and grapes and melon! We may as well just come here for breakfast, it's free and they were offering us more than one sample each haha! We bought a small packet of raspberry granola, Greek yoghurt and minute maid lemonade for breakfast and then a huge salad pot each for lunch, I had chicken cesear and Ross had BBQ chicken. We are it back at the hotel room, got showered and dressed and went back out to see paramount pictures and I wanted to go to DASH store on Melrose ...
... When we finished so I went back to the hotel to back up my stuff because it was last day here before leaving here tomorrow to go back to Australia. I finished packing at 5.30pm. I decided to have an early dinner at the hotel I had lamb shanks with chips and gravy it was delightful. I finished at 7.00pm I got back at the hotel and I felt really tired so I fell ...
... 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 ...