Holiday Inn Long Beach (Dwtn Area)
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... just outside his apartment. We did our best to recreate it this trip.
After our day on the beach, we drove to Long Beach to visit our dear friend, Maeve Shivnan at her new house. Maeve, Joe, and I all met rowing with the LA Rowing Club in 1988. We have always been close, but after our move, we were bad about staying in touch. We had a wonderful ...
... if we should go for another drink somewhere. After all it was still early. So, we went down the street to Trader Vic's, who have a marvellous selection of fun and interesting drinks. Which brings us to the drinks on fire. CR is normally a very fun person. In fact, the conference has a selection of funny tags you can put on your nametag and she chose both "I color outside the lines" and "Easily excited." So she insisted that our selection ...
... place with petrified trees lying about and glimpses of rock Paintings by Pueblo Indians.The landscapes are stunning and exciting , the Mesas ( flat topped hills ) thrilling and the brilliant but soft light enticing and thought provoking. We loved it.
Since Wend has gone home I have also made it into the IIMC office in Rancho Cucamonga and seen all my friends an colleagues there. On Sunday evening I spend the night with Chris Shalby the ...
... Drive to spot Marilyn Monroe's and Gene Kelleys's former houses. Then onto Rodeo Drive shopping to spot some flash cars and posh shops. We saw one car - a Bugatti, the fastest production car ever made, cost US$2m!! - just parked on the street. No stopping though, and straight on through to the freeways and to Santa Monica Beach. The glorious sunshine kept up for us, and despite the pretty fierce wind we had a lovely hour & a half on the pier, eating burgers ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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