Travelodge Pasadena Central
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At night, our parents dropped us off back at PCC and our whole Taylor group went over to Mel's appartment (see entry titled: Pancakes and Casablanca) to visit with her, Nick (another Taylor Grad) and The Bruner's (current Professor's at Taylor who engineered TUHIP). The Bruner's are in town for Spring Break, to check on how our Internships are doing, and to open doors for future internships for future TUHIP students. We had a nice time catching up ...
Yesterday, Thursday, we went on a little excursion. We went to Beverly Hills (listened to the song by Weezer on the way) to have lunch. A guy from work recommended a place called the Milky Way Cafe. What was special about this place was that it was owned by Steven Spielberg's mother, and what's amazing is she's still alive and interacting with customers. We walked in and we were the first ones there for lunch. We were given ...
... though, we stopped at Burbank and had Pizza Rev (think Chipotle only Pizza). It was so good. As for the movie, I liked it. It was the oldest movie I've seen in theaters and I think the big screen experience made it more enjoyable. Although the movie was great, the high point of the day came after. It was around 9:30 and we all decided to go to Cold Stone for some ice cream. When we arrived, there were a few people waiting in line to order. One of them looked ...
... in. So driving around on a Saturday night is ultra hectic, especially not knowing which roads are one ways, trying to see where you can/cannot park, and looking for a place to eat ice cream. We finally did though, and everything worked out. We got our ice cream, walked around a little bit and then headed back to PCC. Quite an eventful first day in SoCal.
Good Night and Good Luck,
... big break, the Viper Room night club, owned by Johnny Depp, where River Phoenix died and a host of other bars and restaurants associated with celebs.
The next part of our tour took us to Beverly Hills. Wow, this is a stunning place. The best money can buy. Beautiful, individual older style homes. We saw lots of celebrity homes (see photos) and then ventured down Rodeo Drive, where all the designer boutiques are to be found. One ...