Quality Inn Artesia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out. Obviously the new shoreline village area that we have been visiting proved to be too much competition. The Queen Mary, herself looking a bit worse for wear now stands in the middle of a desolate landscape of abandoned shops and a large car park. Next door is the loading dock for carnival cruise lines, so there is also piles of food and other goods waiting to be loaded. The hotel in the Queen Mary is sill operating, but I ...
... we didn't see one for miles, lol so ended up having amazing Mexican style brekkie just off Rodeo drive, just after a small hike over the hills of Mullholand Drive - fantastic views! After some celebrity spotting on Rodeo Drive we drove down the Sunset Boulevard to the Walk of Fame and Chinese Theatre, cheesy touristy bits ticked off the list! We popped into the Andrew Christian flagship store (details not for this blog) and moved on to Santa Monica to look for A&F store. You ...
... Today: Today, I wrote my reflection paper and did this blog. We are probably going out to eat later and then having Nick Chamberlin over to play a board game/hang out. This weekend is full of great stuff: Tour of the Egyptian Theatre, LA DODGERS GAME!!!!!, meeting with Joel McCreery (Prime Minister of Ginovia from the Princess Diaries Movies), and a movie premier in Bel Air. I'll Blog about it, don't worry:)
... or if you have seen the end of a football game and camera men are out on the field, those were probably shot using a Steadicam) We drove out to Burbank, where Dan, Rey, and Mark took us out to lunch and we discussed the possibility of interning there. It was also for them to get to know us, for they want to start having more Taylor students intern there in the future. After lunch they gave us a quick tour of their facility and even gave ...
... the kids dropped me at LAX for my late night Eva Air flight through Taipei to Singapore. Inexplicably this Taiwanese airline has a (Japanese) "Hello Kiltty" theme going on.
I was in a middle seat of a 3-seat window side row. Ugh. But my two seatmates were nice and we cooperated well on bathroom breaks, etc. I especially enjoyed talking to the one who is vacationing with friends who retired (at 48) ...