SIXTY Beverly Hills
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... to them, so no doubt they thought "aint no big tip coming here". Arrrgh... this tips are putting a big hole in our pockets. We have to tip for everything!
We walked once more down Rodeo Drive. We obviously couldn't afford anything on that street, but it was so cool, and nice to just be at and see. We worked out way up to Beverly Hills entrance where we could see the big ...
... A good spectacle and the Kings had their first win of the season, 4 - 1. The total time to play three(?) 20 minute periods was a little over 2 1/2 hours. I had done a little online research on the rules and it wasn't too hard to follow. An early gloves-off fisticuffs that saw both players sin binned, some scrappy play and some very skilful passing and defence. The venue doubles for basketball games and has a seating capacity of ...
... lost 3 hours). Landed in LA (I'm not a fan). The delay made catching our connecting flight interesting with LAX's stupid layout - but we made it. Final flight of the journey headed to Dallas. Bless Virgin Airlines. Live ESPN at my seat. The captain hit full throttle for takeoff at literally the exact moment *****ia kicked-off. It's as if it was meant to be. Not the outcome of the game I wanted (I've had my fill of ...
... people along the promenade is fun to watch; tourists and ”regular” people mix with artists, street performers, weed selling doctors, skateboarders and hobo’s. As we walk along the promenade we pass by some of the places; Muscle Beach, the skatepark and the basketball courts.
After a couple of hours in Venice we move on to Santa Monica which is a bit more polished, but still very much a beach ...
... in shaping the leadership.
Perhaps one of America's greatest strengths is its freedom of religion and deep foundations in faith.
The Keynote Speaker with Rajiv Shah, CEO of USAID, one of the most influential people in international aid. We're hoping to meet with him when we return to DC.
So now to work, and lining up the travel and interviews.
We have an extra bedroom, so...