Palos Verdes Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... to Amsterdam and has invited me to come stay with her while I'm there. I graciously accepted and then convinced her (it didn't take much) to join me for five days in Paris.
I have already made arrangements to visit the DaVita office and meet all the teammates there. I interact with one attorney, in particular, on a semi-frequent basis and one of my bosses has given him explicit instruction to take extra special care of me. Of course this trip is not work related, but ...
... niece, Brooke, beach combing next to the Redondo Beach Pier. In case you can't tell, I'm the guy on the left, the pudgy guy with the farmer's tan. And here I am with our grandson, Ethan, at the Redondo Beach Pier looking for fish, and one of Ethan at the "struction" site, building sand castles. And, after all the t-shirts I've acquired around the world, I finally got one from Redondo Beach. I love the color, and the message on ...
... It made me feel like I was back in college. Call me crazy but I loved it! Sooner or later, I'll get back into my wildlife degree, but for now...I'm having fun sailing to Mexico while cutting squids open with a bunch of intrigued kids.
Worked 6-10pm for Survivor Night. It was so much fun! We split the kids up into four teams and I got to name all the teams so of course I chose herp-related animals. The Bullfrogs, The ...
... We spent 10 minutes at the blow hole - and an hour trying all the different taco stands and churrros! Was pretty amazing all in all. We have now sadly left the ship, one of the best holidays we have ever had, it's totally surreal but the vibe, energy, entertainment and service on the ship are six stars! They skimp on nothing...and we take amazing memories away with us. We are now in Beverly Hills in LA, spent day 1 at Universal Studios which was pretty cool...Thank g-d ...
... birds or wild life...not a mosquito or fly in sight!
We travelled along Rodeo Drive...some shops requiring a booking just to walk through the door provided you intend on spending a minimum of $100,000 which wouldn't be a problem when a backgammon set costs $750,000! We decided to stay on the bus at this point and keep our wallets safely in our bags. We did hop off and switch to the yellow bus that would take us to Santa Monica.