Motel 6 Los Angeles - Rowland Heights
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Left Toronto yesterday arrived at LAX taxi to the Crowne Plaza Beverley Hill's (sounds flash) organised trip for today. Had a quite night packed up our gear and went on a tour of Hollywood and Beverley Hill's got to see what you see in all the movies sunset strip, rodeo drive, mulholland drive etc now just waiting around bored out of our brains. Hope the flight ...
... surrounding it. Someone may accidently drop your item when they handle it.”
“My ceramic skills excel in my second semester. I make my own clays and glazes by adding several chemicals and additives with different properties, like elasticity, depending on the outcome I want to achieve. At the end of my second semester, I make my 'piece de resistance,’ an artistic pitcher with an hourglass shape, ...
... views (ahhh, I miss it already) was awesome, but the nonsense Shannon had to put up with at her job was just incredible. ANYWAY, we made our way to mom's house and had a late dinner and dessert with the Gaitans, Mommy Cruzita, Cristina and Uncle Rudy/Auntie Arcie. It was late because I got us there late...too many loose ends to button up, and ...
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... was officially ending her contract, so we said our goodbyes to her at the hotel.
I grabbed some dinner in the hotel with Raye* using our food vouchers, and enjoyed some amazing King Salmon. After dinner, we spent a long time online (where I set up a phone interview for tomorrow morning! EEK!) and decided to book a tour for the next day to Universal Studios and LA-by-night. The tour-booking agent at the hotel desk gave us $10 off, so we spent $120 each…..YOLO! ...