Redondo Pier Inn
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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 …
... dry until I checked the button a d realised I hadn't actually pressed the start button of the dryer. Whoops! Blonde! Haha. I put my other stuff in the dryer and actually pressed the start button this time, then I took all of my other not dryer proof clothes and put them in my room to dry. I felt half asleep already when I realised I had to take my clothes out of the dryer. It was about 2am when I gave the keys back to the guy behind reception and then I could finally go back to my room and ...
... We were about 30 mins walk short. Stopped at a further stop & caught the 'Big Blue Bus' which are Santa Monica buses & actually run the whole way from our hotel without us having to change and it was only 50c each! (The other bus had only been $1.50 so it wasn't too bad). Santa Monica is quite a long way out - about an hour (without errors!)
Santa Monica Pier and beach don't look quite the same in cloud, but it was still nice to wander along the pier. ...
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 ...