Motel 6 Thousand Oaks South
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... it. If you find a fantastic position for taking pictures, be sure your leave the spot how you found it hence the following digital photographer could get an image as effective as yours. Try out relocating your subject matter on the left or appropriate in the display, rather than having them in the center of the picture. Use the principle of thirds. To get this done, imagine you will find a grid on screen with a few outlines moving horizontally as well as 2 moving up ...
... low hum of the engines (something you do want to hear if you are in the airplane) arriving in TLV with all the sounds of languages was for me quite wonderful! There is something about the un-subdued nature of people outside of the US that I love. Put me in an open air market with all the sites and sounds and smells and I am in heaven!! In my blog for Tues the 17th, do take a minute to watch the video of Mahane Yehuda (The Shuk) open ...
... delegates change rooms and assemble 15 minutes later for another fascinating panel discussion. The crowded hall ways remind me of high school when the bell rang to change class, and great and not-yet-great alike find themselves doing the "shuffle" between meetings.
These are among the best of times, as conversations spring up and quickly move to common ground. Everyone is there to network and to be part of all that is going on and, in general, are ...
... stocked liquor store! I understand it was only a couple of months ago that they stopped selling cigarettes… We serve you cradle to grave!
Another feature of this landscape is the drought. We're told it has rained about 3 hours this year, and there are lots of water conservation signs and actions.
Gardens are adapted to cacti and this serves another purpose: dissuading ...
We woke up this morning - for the first rain of the trip. So took it slow and headed for the shops. We both did a bit of damage (i have the ultimate purple leather jacket - on sale!) we saved hundreds of dollars and that doesn't even count that the stuff is heaps cheaper here (well mostly). Did what we should have the first day we were here and went to the visitors centre, got info on buses and caught the bus to the big centre 15 mins away. We've ...