Ramada Commerce/Los Angeles Area
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... cunningly to take Andrew to Macy's where he proceeded to look at the sunglasses (planned by me) and he bought himself a pair of Ralph Lauren Polos, similar to mine. They were that new they hadn't been unpacked from out back yet and he was the first person to buy them, they look really good and he's really happy with them which is the most important thing. They were $190 plus tax and he got a 10% tourist discount too! I checked the Estée Lauder counter as a bench mark for ...
... Almighty, War of the Worlds, King Kong and many other street scenes that can be cleverly adapted. We even drove down 'Wisteria Lane' from Desperate Housewives! Without doubt the highlight of the studio tour was the actual log cabin used for the all time classic film The Great Outdoors, who starred the comedy genius, the late John Candy. Made my day; Simon. It was a great day out and we thoroughly enjoyed the mix of film based rides, live shows and learning about film special ...
Happy Birthday Mom/Nana/Gloria! Sorry we couldn't be there for the soirée.
A quieter night's sleep in our new room was had by all. Our room doesn’t face the street and it’s made a huge difference in the noise level. Plus, we think we were next to the hotel's washer and dryer in the last unit.
Today would be our day to experience Universal Studios. Mark was the only one of us who had been before, but that was 25 years ...
... during the time we were at Gazzari’s,” Dancer clarifies. “You bought a pint of Tequila, and stuffed it under your shirt to sneak it into Gazzari’s. You weren’t used to drinking much.”
“Now, I remember,” I recall. “I made a beeline to the little girl’s room, and drank that whole pint, and then I danced several songs with a cute blond guy from NY named Frank. After ...
... have responded by reducing the funding they provide for higher education.
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