Residence Inn Pasadena Arcadia
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... That evening, I’m overcome with emotion. I feel dirty and sick to my stomach. I soak in a hot, floral scented bubble bath to cleanse myself of the evil that touched me earlier today. I think how fortunate I am that I’ve never had anything worse done to me, and that our company moved so quickly to fire the creep.
For the next month, I receive sporadic obscene phone calls around 3 a.m., to which I made no reply, and ...
... Then just near to our apartment he asked if we were paying cash - er....no....so he took us to an ATM and we walked back from there to the apartment, it was 1/2 mile away, at the grocery store we'd gotten lunch. We then went for a walk down Hollywood Blvd.
Walked over the stars (new one there on Tuesday in fact - Katey Segal) past the Dolby Theatre, the TCL Chinese Theatre and all its hand ...
... my card for a subway ride. Traveling with the subway is fairly cheap here... Only like $1.50 which is even less in euros and pounds.
I saw Lody when I came out of the tube, uhum I mean subway off course. He showed me the little arts district and we went to look around Millenium studios first. This was pretty impressive, especially all of those photos on the wall of famous people (especially singers) who wrote a thank you message to Millennium including their signature. After ...
... LA City Tours 'Homes of the Rich and Famous' tour and they picked us up from our hotel about 4pm for a 4.20 tour. We were in a large ute with about 12 seats until we got to the tour office on the Walk of Fame on Sunset Boulevard across the road from the Dolby Theater where we paid our $43 each. The tour was actually in an even bigger open ute type thing with 20 or 24 of us on. Some Australians, some Mexicans, some Swedes some English and some New Yorkers. ...
Recently my husband and I decided to go on a cruise again. This was our 6th cruise and it had been a while since the last one. We went on a 7-day Mediterrean Cruise a few ago which included Barcelona (Spain), Livorno, Civitavecchia, Naples (Italy), Valetta (Malta), and Cannes (France). The sights were fabulous but time was so limited in the places we visited and the weather was so hot and humid (July), it wasn't ...