Redondo Pier Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
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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 …
... voltage we needed or which switches we needed to flick on or off to make things work. Luckily, a pair of men came to the rescue. The following morning the shower flooded and, with mum blaming my lion's mane for blocking the pipe, I was sent to locate a plunger. It didn't help. Another man then indicated we hadn't pulled out the lever which meant although we'd been ostensibly 'hooked up', all our water had been filling up the tank. With that resolved, the ...
... Josephina (Pepina) and Rosa. If you read the census carefully, you’ll see that his father, Charlie Sr., if I can call him that, migrated in 1891 and his mother, Mary, actually Maria Grande, migrated in 1896. But it also shows they had been married 10 years, which means they were married in Italy in 1890. The census also reveals that Mary/Maria had three children, only two of which were then living.
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... original outdoor weightlifting gym (think Arnold Schwartzenager and Gold's Gym), handball, street performers, artists, and of course shops. N bought sunglasses and S almost got a zip sweatshirt but the green one was all out of the smaller sizes. It soon became time to work our way back to the car past houses or rentals or hotels....we couldn't tell what kind of dwellings were right there along the sidewalk. A little too ...
... and the 1930 Census, I had some doubt who the Harleys were. There were uncles I never heard of and an aunt with the wrong name - Agnes instead of Joan. But I had heard of Reid Ave while growing up in Brooklyn. And then I found the marriage certificate for my folks, Frances Carlson and William Francis (Frank) Harley, which confirmed the address on Reid Ave. Then, the WW I draft registration form for my granddad, James Francis ...