Hotel Solaire Los Angeles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... and needs a recuperative rest in the shade before going on! It is a very very hot day. So after we have regained our equilibrium, we continue on. We try to get a photo with Bart and Marg (Simpson) but are told, sorry, the line finishes right before you! Weird. I want to see the Special Effects Show but it isn't for about 40 minutes- we go to one of the bar areas and they won't serve us without ID. Now we do have photo ID, but since it is in Paul's money belt and he practically has ...
To help remember our journey, we have summarised some of the key facts and highlights in our 5 months in Latin America and 2 weeks in the USA. The key facts from our journey: # of Days: 172 # of Countries: 17 # of Cities: 52 # of Flights: 26 # of Buses: 44 (inc. 6 overnight) # of Trains: 2 # of Boats: 9 # of Diary Pens: 2 # of Lost Items: 2 (scarf & singlet) Most Memorable Moments - Swimming with sea lions & spotting ...
... when other athletes run into the second half, already tired because of the biboerte to run a few steps when you slow down, bolt still had enough strength to continue to run at a good pace, which overcome the defects of his race is not dominant. It can be said that bolt's stride length and stride frequency matching more reasonable than other athletes, so once he had run the route for others to break away, and ultimate victory just waved to him.
... it was Vincent who had a keen eye on details and lots of amazing and inspiring stories to tell us about working with Micheal Jackson. The choreography we all kinda know, but now I know exactly what and where and how it's supposed to go. Plus everyone usually only knows the famous part and now i know it all =D awesome!! I felt really blessed and amazing after this great and inspiring class and it definitely kept my hopes up for the rest of week. Menina certainly knows some ...
... to the San Andreas faultline. We might as well have been located on Pompeii prior to the infamous volcano that engulfed the entire city. How they carved out housing and roadways in this uneven terrain is beyond me. It made for scenic sights but also a hell of a lot of stress on your joints.
Perhaps I was too deep in reflection because after only thirty minutes of my run, the Hollywood sign was nowhere to be found. Somehow I had descended into a ...