SIXTY Beverly Hills
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 ...
... Some of the freeways or highways are also furnished with a special lane called “carpool” which is meant for vehicles carrying 2 or more persons. As itīs very common in the USA that each member of a family has his/her own car, we noticed, there was only one person in most of the cars. These drivers canīt legally use the carpool which makes it much emptier and faster. The aim is to encourage local people to use fewer cars, and thus reduce the amount of cars on the ...
... another 6 hours across to LAX which flew by watching movies and eating lunch.
Caught our pre-arranged transport to our Santa Monica Hotel, The Ambrose, a cute boutique hotel which would top all previous hotels we stayed in.
Had a bit of a walk around our area & discovered a whole food supermarket, promoting organic healthy foods. Pre-made, but fresh meals such as curries, salads, casseroles, roast meals, very large pizza, pasta ...
... Neighbours, was greatly enjoyed by the pair of us and we filled the evening with munch and giggles. Friday morning saw the return of blue, cloudless skies and sunshine - perfect opportunity to hit the infamous Venice Beach. We arrived at the quirky sand swept streets, slightly set back from the beach and packed with intriguing market stalls, after a few must-do tourist stops along the way; these included the Route 66 sign and the Santa Monica Pier, as seen in Forest Gump ...