The Pacific Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... I was naked.”
Cherub laughs, “No wonder they thought that you were nude. I remember the following year, when you came to our building delivering papers dressed as a Playboy Bunny. The men in our department never stopped talking about that outfit.”
“I showed a photo to our Finance Manager,” I recount, “of the three of us who worked for him in our Halloween costumes that year. He asked me ...
... the main road and the right bus and we were off to Santa Monica. I really wanted to see the beach and the pier. Unfortunately the bus we were on terminated 4 km short of the beach. We waited for about 30 minutes for a bus to arrive, and started walking a bit. Only made it a km before we waited at the next bus stop. We eventually got to the beach and it was worth it.
Looked like something from Baywatch. Very wide beach with lifeguard houses scattered on it and ...
Today was a great day. I went to my first NBA game, the LA Lakers vs the Denver Nuggets at the Staples Center. The stadium was massive. The Nuggets ended up winning by 22 points. The score was 137 to 115. I had the best time and I can't wait until the Clippers Mavericks game next ...
... in winter you could still swim if you wanted. It's a tad cold, but be brave, go on! We, and by we I mean everyone but me because I can't skate if my life depended on it, rented roller blades. Got me a bike I did. Yep! Clever, huh?! The weather was once again amazing, and we spent the whole day riding (and skating) along the beach paths, checking out the sites, the great food at another restaurant, and observing the LA people doing their thing. Ahhh, lazy winter days where the sun ...
... like he was feeding you a line of BS. He took over the country when we were at a very low point. Not much self-esteem and not well regarded world wide. I think he helped change that perception, and his "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" speech in Berlin in 1987 was truly historic and rivaled Kennedy's "Ich bin ein Berliner" (I am a Berliner) speech in 1963. Reagan was a good one!
And then on to the Air Force One Museum. They ...