Rodeway Inn & Suites Pacific Coast Highway
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... service, who would look after it while we shopped. We had to get the metro to Hollywood Highland, then a bus to the Farmers Market and The Grove shops. That took ages! LA is such a huge city.
Fortunately our luggage was safe, and we were able to entertain ourselves for a couple of hours shopping and then lunch.
Another noisey shopping centre. There is always ...
... is punishable by death and clearly noted on arrival into the country
-Nepal puts a 250% tax on cars
-Asians do not use toilet paper
... work rate is the second worst thing someone can say about you. The worst is being called "soft." Remember, If there is one thing you control. It is work rate. And the other is being hard as ****. Not backing down to any ****, and putting vilolence into every ruck, tackle and run.
But sometimes in Games there might not be that much action you are involved in. If the game is heavily played where your team just kicks the ball away. It might be ...
... quite engaging to me, as part of the kick is just seeing what the hell is going to actually take place...and so to my former lover, thanks for all the hard work.
I know this may seem awkward to travel such a distance to get somewhere, but remember, we are going where billions and billions can only see in a magazine...and so, it is a job . . . no, our duty, to explore these vast reaches and report back our findings of ...
... the funness (yes, that's a word because I've heard Nancy use it lots!) of the place! We bought a few souvenirs instead!
We wandered back to the main shopping area, checked out a few of the shops in the mall and listened to a lady busking in the street. She sang beautifully and added to the overall feel of our visit to Santa Monica.
We the had a quick drive past Venice beach, another not so well to do area these days. The idea for Venice ...