Hollywood Cityview Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... smiles. Nice try I raise an eyebrow and give him my passport. And my customs declaration saying that I don't have EBOLA and nor have I been to Africa via a direct flight from Sydney. Look I don't make these forms. He asked about where I was staying, and then he says you're staying at the Hilton for a whole month. Here we go... No I said, and I started into Memphis, hoping he wasn't wanting me to list every address. So it's my birthday. Belated. Checks passport grabs ...
... time I was told 7:30am, but the person sounded unsure and said they might call me back later to amend the time. I got no call but had a “funny feeling” the time they gave me would not end up being right, so I went out to wait after dropping my bag at the bell desk. Sure enough—not 5 minutes later the Hawaii Nautical van pulls up. So in I get and off we go—-I think I’m starting to develop a 6th sense as to when things are likely to end up ...
... bus service. Not so much fun. Howeveeeer, the museum itself was really good and well worth the hassle. So what's the deal? I hope you're ready for teacher mode... Basically, that area of LA has a whole load of asphalt (tar stuff) under it's surface. Every now and again, some of it seeps up (this still happens - that's what the yellow cones in the pictures are all about) and if a lot of it seeps up it creates a tar pit. The pits only tend to be a couple of ...
... during the time we were at Gazzari’s,” Dancer clarifies. “You bought a pint of Tequila, and stuffed it under your shirt to sneak it into Gazzari’s. You weren’t used to drinking much.”
“Now, I remember,” I recall. “I made a beeline to the little girl’s room, and drank that whole pint, and then I danced several songs with a cute blond guy from NY named Frank. After ...
... right here for the nay-sayers. There must be too many other bums pretending to be Vets, so I keep them right here." No, it's fine. Thanks. I believe you.
"I'm a decorated Marines officer, Lieutenant. Purple Heart and Silver Star." He's agitated now, so I try to steer him back to the future. What's you longer term plan? What do you want?
"We'll, I'd like to go back to school. That's one thing about being a Vet, you can get free tuition ...