Holiday Inn Express Morgan Hill
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... own choice or obligation – getting onto this. On our visit to Universal Studios yesterday and my visit to Catalina Island, I saw worrying numbers of overweight people. When you are in Beverly Hills and neighbouring areas of LA, you wonder why the USA is known for large numbers of overweight and obese people. But that area of LA – which includes Hollywood – most definitely isn’t representative of the country in many ...
... stuck working day in and day out without light by the end of the canal.. .. Or you are not merely one of those statistics we learn about where you get release and become disposable because of corporate reductions. One such way of preventing that is by picking out a profession that is always increasing and one where traditionally you can find very-low figures regarding lay offs and job safety is practically assured. The discipline we're talking about this is a job ...
... and travels... We ventured off to the beach with a great sun shining and a wonderful view...from there we drove to Montero Bay and again a beach walk but cooler here...MANY surfers today! Once again, just when you feel you could linger for a time, you have to move onward. Gerry drove ahead and we headed for the winery town of Paso Robles...of course it was ...
... Bundts' adventures. Riley still loves to chase balls.
It was easy to do all my laundry.
We had a picnic completely furnished by Stephanie. We ate at the harbor and avoided the crowds because the beach was hot and crowded. We talked until we got tired and then went to sleep.
The bed was great and Charley, Della and Derek's dog, said he would sleep in the room with me. So nobody was alone and everybody could snore in peace...
My morning began when I woke up to what felt like the heat of a desert. The house must have been at least 100 degrees. I went to turn my light on, and to my surprise, no light. We all know what this means, no light + excessive heat = no powers. I went to unplug my phone from charging, and it only had 40% of battery left. I figured that I could charge it at the airport once I get to my gate. I then realized that it ...