Oakwood At The Village Redondo Beach
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<i>i have known the taste of salt water, and the smell of decaying forests, and the cracks in hundreds of sidewalks. i have loved the gas pedal, and the airport concourse, and the ever-changing time zones. in all of these places, i thought i could find a home in not having one; i have chased the sun across the sky so many times. not yet ready to admit, you never catch ...
... do is another thing) and went our separate ways. It was a cool little town to visit and is home to UCLA (University College Los Angeles) which is the biggest uni in LA and one of the top ones in America. So it's quite a vibrant place with lots of students, bars, restaurants and shops. We cheekily managed to hop on the bus (not at the allocated stop) to head back towards Beverly Hills as we met Dais's cousin for a drink on Melrose Avenue.
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... the movie, we took a quick walk through Hollywood and stopped to pose for a picture under the street lamps of a classic statue series titled "Urban Light." On Monday after a cute sidewalk cafe breakfast, Tony got to dump a bucket of ice cold water on Alex's head while I filmed, all for the ALS fundraiser ice bucket challenge. We reminisced on our time in LA, amazed at how much we were able to see in such a short amount of time. Thanks for such a fun time Alex! Off to ...
... and vented for a while. Her supervisor helped her out, ripping the arms and legs off a couple of blank-faced dolls, then they came back with solution #3. The very seats we booked and paid for had been returned to us. The person who thought he would be sitting in one of them agreed to fly out on the midnight flight. As he should! Getting out of the immigration at LA was more painful than ever, long queues again the order of ...
... speculation, but it seems more than coincidental.
The ship’s manifest also indicates Maria’s last residence was Macchia d’Isernia, a small town in southern Italy. I e-mailed the Catholic diocese there, about six months ago, hoping that it might have some church record of Maria Grande or Celistino Di Pasquale, but have heard nothing. Maybe I need to travel to Macchia d'Isernia. What do you think?
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Other places to stay in Redondo Beach
300 N Harbor Dr, Redondo Beach | 3 star hotelfrom $156
- Great hotel!
- Loved the Crowne Plaza
- Enjoyable surroundings
260 Portofino Way, Redondo Beach | 3 star hotelfrom $179
- Very posh
- A decent hotel masquerading as a luxury hotel
- Very happy
400 N Harbor Dr, Redondo Beach | 3 star hotelfrom $215
- Excellent place to stay
- Lovely hotel
- A Third Return Visit
1850 S Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach | 2 star hotelfrom $121
- A Nice Place to Visit
- Nicest motel in the area
- Pass on this place if you have other options
1700 S Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach | 2 star hotelfrom $102
Leopoldstadt, Redondo Beach | 2 star hotelfrom $125
- Late fall excursions are wonderful!
- It was ok
- We had a pretty pleasant stay
711 S Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach | 2 star hotelfrom $99
1935 Artesia Blvd, Redondo Beach | Hotelfrom $70
625 S Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach | 2 star hotelfrom $93