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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is and embraces it (eg. The Expendables). The 7th film was no exception. It was a lot of amazing stunts and action sequences that were entertaining. As a film student, I know of many people who think that seeing films that aren't considered "good" films is a waste of time. For me, I like seeing films like these because it gives me a better picture of the film industry... and I think they're a lot of fun. After having all these classes about ...
... can't swim. We'd just have to barricade the entrance to the pier. We ate dinner inland at a place called Bravo where I had a good chicken parmesan sandwich, which was followed by a walk down to the water to watch the sunset. Now i've seen a lot of sunsets cause I live on the Third Coast, aka West Michigan, but I enjoy them every time and this one was just as good.
On the way back Ryan, Max and I got stuck in traffic for a while, hindering out plans to get back to PCC as ...
... I think I just made that word up. In the after noon, we headed to Bel Air Presbyterian Church to watch the Oscars. They had it on a big screen and ballots to fill out for who we think will win. It was like march madness, but for movies. This year, I have never been so prepared to watch the oscars. I saw 6 out of the 8 films up for best picture, so I had a good idea of what was out there. I also, for the first time, had somewhat of a clue as to who ...
... architecture of the Church, the whole experience was really cool (The church was on a hill overlooking LA, a multi million dollar view).
Then today Ryan and I did a practice run to AbelCine to see how long it takes to get there; about 25 minutes. From there we had to go pick up Max's car which was just outside of LAX. We took the 405 south, but not without many miles of going about 2 mph, until we finally made our way to the car rental place. After retrieving the ...
... area was very festive with souvenir vendors, food booths, a drum corp group was practicing at the entrance - lots going on. This entry line was quite a bit longer than at the first place but it moved quickly. Here we walked ground-level with the floats. More great photo ops and the Pasadena Pipe Band marched in playing drums and bagpipes.
If you look closely in some of the photos you'll see butternut squash, watermelons, oranges and other fruits used ...