Fullerton Marriott at California State University
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... the whole body including power in the hand fingers and legs. She had a very pleasant voice and some pretty good notes and pointer during warm up. Then it was time for across the floor. We started with some walking across the floor and then some basic latin steps, fun! She totally saw me as this was pretty easy and I was enjoying myself a lot, plus this was more my fouetté than Hiphop. Then we went across the floor in a combination with latin and jazz turns and steps. Loved it! Liz ...
... of the movie Forrest Gump.
From here we went up the Boulevard & after asking caught a Big Blue Bus again to Fairfax & changed to another bus up to Hollywood Blvd. This again is quite a lengthy trip. Along all these main streets there seems to be small shops, factories, businesses and often the residential is in the streets behind.
We hopped off at the beginning of the Hollywood Walk of Fame and walked along this, stopping to look at various stars until ...
... circling overhead and the street cordoned off, we guessed they were expecting trouble..
Oh, by the way, don't press your luck with street parking after hours in Hollywood. Most of the street parking becomes clearways after 6.00pm. There are "parking enforcement" patrol cars, backed up by dozens of tow trucks that just move into a street and remove every car. Taking them to an impound yard to be collected the next day, after a hefty fine of course..
... after our trip. Most merchants have forms available, just ask when you make a purchase.
Cell Phone and WiFi:
Europe is not as free with WiFi as the United States. Hotels charge for WiFi, there is sometimes WiFi offered at McDonalds - there is one in the County Hall where our hotel is located and Starbucks, just across the street. You will need to purchase at Starbucks to use their WiFi. US devices do not ...
... car parks) and I only heard it mentioned once by fellow passengers. I got the connecting buses to my accommodation which took a while but was cheap and easy to work out; it's funny that in every city that I have visited Americans have recommended that I must have a car in their city as the public transport is poor but in every place I have found the services to be efficient. It is such a part of their culture to use a car for every journey but the surprising part is their lack ...