Palm Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Banquet room
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... the menu that didn't have shrimp, everything else did. I guess the name was a giveaway.I got the special; which I didn't listen to the waitress so I don't actually remember what it was. But it was shrimp done different ways, with a grilled type of fish, over jasmine rice. And my god, most shrimp taste the same, and does fish to me, but these were awesome! I tried to tell Carol I saw him catch it fresh from the ocean - ...
... shops around. Beverley hills is a stunning area and it's clear why a lot of the rich and famous live there. In the evening we just grabbed a bite to eat and took an early night as we had to be up at 6am to get our buses. We boarded the bus to Las Vegas again where Smithy would fly home from and I would spend the night in a hostel before doing the Grand Canyon tour the following day. So it was solo from here and looking forward to experiencing travelling ...
Today was the first day of busy days. We headed out and drove about 15 minutes down Lincoln Boulevard to Venice Beach which is famous for lots of things and just full of people that do random things on the Boardwalk. We started off by following Mel's Lonely Planet walk again. We started off by walking down the pier on South Venice Beach, it wasn't a particularly special but it was good to watch the surfers from. We then walked ...
... only" package but haven't seen the bill yet so I have no idea if I have to mortgage my home to pay it. I used the phone a lot to email and take pictures and look up info on the internet.
The taxi ride to Jerusalem . . One of the towns we passed was Modi'in. Ironically, I had recently seen a piece on 60 Minutes about the Israeli architect Moshe Safdie, who designed what is much of modern day Modi'in. As we continued driving (and ...
I have tried to stay personal in these blog entries, and have so far avoided writing much about the work I'm doing here.
But the Milken Institute Global Conference is where my worlds collide. Michael Milken is famous for lots of things, but it is his contributions to medical research and using the capital markets to change the world that will be his legacy.
The Milken Institute is a think tank in the best kind of way. It is non-partisan and ...