Ramada Limited Redondo Beach
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No driving today!! Instead Walk, Walk, Walk! But first Dave called Spray Wipe 'n Shine Innovations to come to the hotel and wash, wax and clean the inside of the car. Next on the agenda was the laundromat - can't remember the last time I was in a laundromat. $2 a load??
Chores done. We started out walking. And walking. And walking. From Redondo …
Great night of sleep in our teepee - wonderful moon last night and great sunrise this morning. We left our teepee at 10am and drove to Glendora to Flappy Jack's Pancake House - great food! After 4 hours of driving through the LA area, we completed our last 71 miles to reach the end of Route 66 at the Santa Monica Pier. We took pictures on the pier …
... When we realized that we wouldn't be able to have our proper honeymoon until the summer I was disappointed.
Talk about a blessing in disguise! Now that we've lived together and gotten to know more about how the other operates, I can see how travelling is so much easier! For example, Joe said he wanted to leave at 3:15AM for the Los Angeles airport (LAX) so I got things ...
Home, sweet home! Another great trip, good hotels, fine restaurants, a chance to be with family and, lest we forget, great cemeteries.
I found Charlie D.'s father, mother and two sisters in the 1900 U.S. Census. They are listed as Pasquale, not Di Pasquale - - perhaps the census taker's difficulties in dealing with a thick Italian accent. The census was taken 7 Jun 1900, before Charlie D. was born in 1901, so it only lists his parents and ...
... who married Mary Elizabeth, was once listed as John Finnegan). But keep looking and cross referencing, pay attention to details, and you can be fairly certain you found the right person.
Well, I found the Carlsons, Herman and Martha, living next to the Harleys, James and Catherine, on Reid Ave in Brooklyn on the 1930 U.S. Census. There was no doubt about the Carlsons being my Mom's family. However, between the ...