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... of the history of Jews in America. He promptly directed us next door to Forrest Lawn. Hmmmmm.... Once there we were directed to yet another cemetery. Stubborn, I suggested we go back to Mount Sinai because I knew it was there. On our return, the man at the gate said "Oh, the history of American Jews... it's up the road to your right." Seriously???
Next stop on our Neil Boyle tour? Molly Malone's - now that is a post unto itself!
... I think back to when I first met Tracy.
“Liz, I’d like you to meet Pinky,” Adear, our Finance Controller’s secretary says. “You two have a lot in common, and should get to know each other.”
Adear is right. Pinky is an18-year old Hughes Aircraft Company summer hire in 1978, while she pursues a degree from Loyola University. I am 26, single, and enjoy living. We hit it off at ...
... to talk to a guy inside the bar who "Looks like a clown. Has tattoos all over his face. His name is Rich". Richie wasn't much help but his friend was and I found a good Mexican restaurant before I headed to the game.Oh yeah the game is why I am writing this so I better get on with it.
Getting to Dodger Stadium from where I was ended up being amazingly easy. The hardest part was leaving the parking garage since I lost my ticket and my debit card was ...
... worthwhile. Definitely would do it again as no 2 tours are the same it all depends on luck and what day you go on.
So after some shopping, lots of eating and walking Hollywood Blvd several times during our stay we had ...
... theft on any of our european adventures. However, it is wise to be proactive. Don't bring any jewelry, watches or valuables you don't want to lose. Carry a backpack that can be zipped and easily locked if need be. Keep and eye on your surroundings and don't put things down while taking pictures or enjoying the view.