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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the gents duly vandalised, yet still working. There were people who looked like they had never had formal instruction in rock-climbing, clambering up a steep rocky slope up from the sea. There are rows of plastic seats laid out in front of a podium. The people milling around at sunset were mainly families and couples.
After watching the sun go down from the park, I wandered up the hill to the Korean Friendship Bell. A big ...
... Adams and Shannon and Min Cho in Orlando. From there we went back to Gainesville and met back up with my brothers Tim and Simon. My mom was going to sell the house in Gainesville and Brock and I had come to help clean it up and get it ready to put on the market. We spent a few days hanging out with my brothers and working on the house. The main project we took on was to clean and re-paint the garage walls and floor and the kitchen cabinets. The ...
... is a docent at LACMA. I have an inside track to the best exhibitions.
My new friend Nancy is a professional Italian chef as well as a docent at The Getty. She is touring then taking us to the Italian Institute for a cooking class. We did this in January and had a ball.
When I played in a Mah Jongg tournament in October, I met Harriet who has become a real treasure to me. We are invited to her grandson's ...
... offered 250 more for just $3 more. Deal.
#36 Swiss Army Knife - Ebay $25 new: I picked up this little knife because I needed some kind of protection, even if this small. Anything over 4 inches is illegal in most countries and you can be arrested and fined up to 5000 Euros so be weary. Be careful as well with some modes of transportation. You will be flagged with these and hassled. Cruises will confiscate these until you exit the ship.
#37 Gear X Folding Pocket ...
We set off slightly later than hoped but John calculated we should be there around dusk. It was a lovely journey. The sea was calm, the winds were light and we motored all the way. About an hour into the journey we were joined by dozens of dolphins and I briefly saw the fin of a whale. Always magical. Gradually Catalina Island morphed from being a smudge on the horizon to a definite land mass and as the sun sank down behind it we ...