Palos Verdes Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... had loads of trendy women's clothes shops. Would be right up my alley if I wasn't having to budget and live off peanut butter sandwiches everyday!
Our next destination was Redondo Beach, where we were staying for a couple of nights. We found our motel, a couple of minutes walk from the pier, checked in then did a weeks worth of laundry. At the laundromat there was some random weird guy edging closer to us and mumbling rubbish, then ...
... monitors from an actual mission control room showing their displays during a space launch which was intriguing, a simulator which we paid to go in - not hugely exciting, but OK and videos of things like how they go to the toilet which was fascinating.
There weren't a lot of people there so it was easy to have a go of most of the interactive things that we wanted. There was even a desert area where we saw a real road runner ...
... Was totally worth the shaky and dodgy roads up the hills, even though I really hated those cause they make me feel sick to my stomach.
Back in the hostel Gioia went to the pool again and I tried to find out about laundry. They had laundry service like dry cleaning and stuff but it was super expensive and I didn't want all my clothes to go in the dryer as some are not dryer proof. When I told this to the receptionist she said they had one laundry machine and dryer which was ...
... one night while I'm there. I'm calling ahead to see about a special request. Not sure what else I'll be doing in London, but I do plan on renting a car and driving to Bath for pizza. I cannot fathom being in the country and not having that pizza...
Well, I hope you're all as excited as I am. We leave on July 3rd. Am I sad about missing the 4th of July in America, you ask? Not by any stretch of the imagination. I'll be making my own fireworks everywhere I go.
See you there ...
... got to ask them much about their lives, their parents, their hopes and dreams, and what it was like growing up. Now that I am 67, don't laugh, I have become quite enthralled by the entire subject. Unfortunately, there are few I can ask in my direct lineage, so I find myself relying on various web sites for my genealogical research. It's all quite fascinating but, even assuming you've traced the correct people and can ...