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... the initial diagnosis of Multiple Myeloma, he tells me his father had Multiple Myeloma. In the process of caring for his father, Dr. Richman became an expert in Multiple Myeloma and now sits on Dr. Berenson's board. Dr. Richman insists that we get down to Southern California as soon as possible to see only Dr. Berenson.
The initial view of the tissue in the bone marrow alarmed Dr. Holmes. At this point ...
... cocktails, Valet parking, blurry pics, home to pack. Hungover again, farewell LA, till we meet again.; ....next stop Fort Lauderdale.... Top 5 1. Walking up to the Hollywood Sign (even though it's restricted to tourists) 2. Watching a Clippers BBall game (meeting Clipper Darrell) 3. Seeing the Kings of Leon live, then watch them vanish into their black SUV's 4. Getting shown the local Bars by our old mate Zac - especially Davey Wayne's 5. Catching up with Tibba and Sab in ...
... I return to my seat and realize they have changed my seat number to the back of the plane. You have got to be kidding me!!!! Boarding time means contending with the boarding Nazi who informs me that there is someone already allocated in my seat and requests to see my passport (six hundred and one). She lets me board the plane where I happily find someone sitting in my seat. The stewardess tries to find out what is going on and ...
... Anyway, we headed off to Border Grill for an early feed as I know that the food we will get on board will be terrible, so had an awesome modern Mexican dinner as our last meal on US soil. Dropped the car off after ab bit of a drive through Venice Beach and Marina del Ray. Some serious cash in Marina del Ray. Checked in at the Qantas counter and proceeded through the gates. So far, my passport has been seen by four separate people, some not more than 6 ...
... had while we were on our trip.
We decided to drive to the hotel first and leave our gear there before heading to the the ESCAPE office. This was a good move.
We sorted things out with the ESCAPE employees, said a sad good bye to our 'Postcard' van and then took a taxi to the hotel which was close to the airport.
Earlier, we ...