Residence Inn LAX El Segundo
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... us when they had visited. It did not disappoint, we arrive at a little red building that looks like a fire station thus the name firehouse. The bodybuilding menu was such a cliché after the workout that we had just done, the meal was brilliant and just what we expected. Satisfied and comfortable we get on the bus and find our way to Hollywood.
Onto Hollywood, the place of lights, movies and big named stars but first before the sights and lights of Hollywood ...
... You’ll never guess what just happened,” I tell my officemates as I catch my breath.
“What?” they ask with wide-eyes.
“Do you remember that weirdo who was just in here asking me to go to Vegas with him?” They nod yes. “He just followed me into Dr. Intimidator’s office and molested me, but I got away after a struggle.”
“Are you going to report him?”
... 8220;After getting the answers from the second salesperson, do I say that I’ll think about it, and that I’ll come back later?”
“That’s right. When you go back the third time, tell the second salesperson that you’re ready to buy the car. You will then be introduced to the top-level, which will most likely be the owner of the company. Ask what is the best deal that they ...
... part of the hotel that had very recently been refurbished. We dropped our bags and headed down towards the "metro" (train station). Found a cleaner that could help advise what type of ticket we needed from the machine and we then worked out what train we needed to catch to Down town Holywood". The weather was quite hot (approx 30 degrees) and we were all starting to get weary from the lack of sleep and long plane ride. Hollywood ...
... officemate at the Aerospace Corporation, Wisdom, helped me learn it faster by writing notes and letters to me in shorthand. Shorthand is fun, because it’s so much faster and easier than longhand, and no one knows what we’re writing about. Now, with Dictaphones available, they don’t teach shorthand anymore. It’s a dying art. How did you notice my ...