Redondo Pier Inn
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On Monday 3rd November we left Santa Clarita and made our way back to the coast, where we would be beach hopping for the next couple of weeks. We started with the beautiful Manhattan Beach with miles and miles of golden sand, condos lined all the way down the beach front and manicured to perfection. I think we were going to like it down the South …
... prints of famous musicians and bands that had visited. As we stood at the entrance we saw the prints of the Guns and Roses, Bob Seger, Jimi Hendrix, ZZ Top and Johnny Cash. From here we realised the time and the heat. We dropped in to a cafe to get a couple of drinks to cool down. Neither if us could believe that we were in Hollywood. We hopped on the Downtown bus tour to see more on the way back to our hotel. The next day we made the ...
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 ...
... named James. Was my Mom telling the truth? Or was I perhaps a two-fer? "James" satisfied both my mother and father, but for different reasons. I don't know, and probably never will (but more about my name, my natural father, Frank Harley, and Charlie D. later). Then, as to my great-grandfather, also a James Harley, (assuming I found the right person), he was born in Ireland in about 1850. He married my great-grandmother, Mary ...
... next morning for Las Vegas and by lunchtime we arrived at our hotel, called the Stratosphere. I would highly recommend the Stratosphere for anyone staying in Las Vegas. The room rates were great between 70 and 80 dollars per night including tax. It is not in the heart of the strip, being at one end. It is however on the local Deuce public bus route, and it is simple to travel to the old and new vegas strips as required, and yet you are away from the hustle and bustle of the big ...