Red Roof Inn Santa Ana
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... Beach. There were only a few men there working out, and one woman, so not much action taking place! Much more memorable will be the beach itself, the water, sitting on a park bench and just relaxing and listening to the waves with Kathy. Enjoying the culture...watching a man roll his own joint, the walkway artists..painters, musicians. The individuals being honest about what they wanted with signs saying.."NEED MONEY FOR WEED" and "NEED MONEY FOR BEER". Skateboarders, ...
... in. So for this reason I was glad I had done my day at the park on a clear day.
I left for dinner at the Kilauea Lodge at 6pm for my 6:30 reservation. I was ready so figured I’d see if they could take me early. Tonight I had a Kona Bob’s Coffee Blast cocktail which has Kona Bob’s coffee, Baileys and Kahlua. It was huge and looked like Mauna Kea in wintertime with a cap of snow (whipped cream) on top. I had the NY Steak for the entree, salad ...
... gequält. Als jedoch einfach kein Zeichen für Hollywood kam und wir absolute keine Ahnung hatten wo wir sind, beschlossen wir die Autobahn zu verlassen und jemanden zu fragen wo es denn hier nach Hollywood geht. Unglaublich aber wahr wussten die ersten 2 Mann die wir fragten tatsächlich keine Antwort auf diese doch recht simple Frage!!! Das ist wohl wie wenn man in Schöneiche fragt, wo es nach Berlin geht und keiner Bescheid weiß. Bei Mc Donalds haben wir ...
... ever seen!”
The following day, I learned that Groucho saw his doctor after work, due to an aching heart after my prank. My favorite pastime, playing practical jokes, took a severe dive after that close call. Groucho and I continued our friendship even after he retired and moved to Las Vegas in 1987. We wrote many shorthand letters to each other over the years. ...
The flights from Lima to LA weren't too bad - 8 hours from Lima to Atlanta, a 5 hour lay-over and then a 5 hour flight to LA.
We arrived in LA to beautifully sunny, warm weather which was great after being freezing cold for a long time in South America. As hotels were so expensive in LA, we found someone who was renting out an Airstream trailer in their back garden. This turned out to be a great choice. We were staying in the suburbs in Venice in ...