Motel 6 Simi Valley
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today I drove from the valley over to Venice Beach to see an old friend, Jim, who has his law office right on the Venice Beach boardwalk. Amazing location. I had some time before he got off work and so I wandered all around Venice on a beautiful, sunny day. I got to explore the beach, the boardwalk (which is a concrete walkway with no 'boards' of the traditional wooden type I am familiar with from growing up on the Jersey shore, and from Santa Cruz near where I've lived the ...
We packed up the car early this morning with our ever growing luggage collection. Today was about just taking in the sights for one final time, and reaquaint ourselves with some of the sights from last time that we hadn't got to yet. We took our fully laden Captiva for a spin through Hollywood, and up into the hills, along Mullholland drive, checking our how the other half live. I'm pretty sure that we saw Vinnie Jones Place, as it had a massive Union Jack ...
... continue on to Macao and Hong Kong for the next few days. Shortly after, I will be meeting Stephanie in Bangkok where we will be taking a short flight to Chiang Mai to stay at an elephant sanctuary. From there it is back to Bangkok to meet Lisa and fly to the recently opened country of Myanmar (Burma) to see the incredible temples of Bagan. From there, we will head back to Bangkok to then take the train ...
... used as an education centre for children and tourist ( we get everywhere !!!!) We got to see the Hollywood sign from the observatory which was awesome !! It made Emma sadly as she jumped up and down with excitement !! After exploring the inner workings of the observatory building we had a coffee on the balcony looking over Hollywood and downtown L.A, Steve then showed us the memorial ...
... decades might happen in the coming months.
Immigration legislation is one of the top priorities for Obama's second term.
But several of the conservatives were adamant that the House should do nothing on the issue this year, a midterm election year when the GOP is angling to gain six seats in the Senate and seize majority control. Democrats currently have a 55-45 advantage but are defending more seats, including ones in Republican-leaning ...