Ramada Plaza Hawthorne/LAX
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... in the rear of the building.
It’s lined with wood panels and has low lighting. It feels a little stuffy, because there are no windows or air circulation. I sit in a beautiful, maroon, leather-cushioned chair across from the
blond-haired owner who is sitting behind his large wood desk. I spend 20 minutes talking about the RX7, and negotiating a price, before I deliver my final offer, exactly the way ...
... and we think it's going to take some getting used to. Michael is in his element - almost every bar that we've been too has about 20 different big screens, with a huge range of different sports showing. Me? I've just been looking for people with red hats! I'll try my best to post some photos soon, but for all the reasons mentioned above, i cant guarantee the quality... and apologise for any typos or autocorrect fails! More ...
... handsome students and looked into my eyes and said "everything we have talked about in this class and every place I have described; someday, you may visit it yourself if you really want to. It's up to you!" Somehow, I really believed her when she said it. I think that was the day, I gave up my job at Mr. Levy's sweat-shop and that was probably the day I began thinking of myself as being far more capable than I had ...
... a few streets with super big original and unique houses. Literally all of the houses in those streets were different. I totally saw a few of my dream houses, however I'm pretty sure I'd never be able to afford something like that. After that we thought we'd seen enough of Beverly for today and took a lyft back home. Our driver Katie was fun and chatty. She was originally from Mexico and is an actress in LA, how cool!
Back at the hostel we met up with ...
... we said goodbye to 'America’s finest city’ with its perfect weather and its laidback population. A two hour greyhound bus took us to Los Angeles where my dear friend Marc was waiting for us. LA’s public transport system is not set up very well which results in many people travelling by car which in turn leads to enormous daily traffic jams and a thick layer of smog hanging above the city. Marc is my friend Kim’s cousin and when he visited her in Utrecht ...