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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... none of our bags fit in the boot. Cancel that plan. It was a 30 minute wait for the Camaro that I ordered, or they would upgrade me to a Chevy Captiva at no cost.
Now, whilst I wanted the Camaro, I realised that it was in my best interest to get the car that the luggage would fit into with no issue. I could imagine 4 days of Bec telling me that I made the wrong call on the car ...
... have so much fun here in LA. In general, the people here are beautiful, people going on a jog will smile at you, and people who hear music playing from inside a store will gladly stand out the front and dance to their favourite tune, in public, with not a worry in the world.
I've been blessed to be around old work colleagues to kick off my trip and to help alleviate any feelings of loneliness I previously feared before my arrival. But I ...
... Wed (Today Monday). However did see what looked like a Bugatti Veyron parked there. Universal studios tomorrow :)
Also went to La Brea Tarpits. Saw skeleton of mammoth which as fully intact and pulled from pits. And for the Game of Thrones fans they had heaps of dire wolf bones though in realit werent that big. They did have a wall of dire wolf skulls though. Amazing what was preserved in the tar. Also saw our first Squirrel. SQUIIRELL!!!
The prophet is named Mohammad. The five obligations that the merchant has to fulfill are to only believe in one God which is the most important one, to pray five times a day, fast during the month of Ramadan, to give money to the poor, and to journey to Mecca. All the merchant wanted to do when he was a child was to get enough money to start his crystal shop because after working in the shop for a long time he would ...
Our first night in Melbourne we stayed in a caravan park just out of the city centre. We happened to be in Melbourne during the Writers Festival and authors were giving talks at various venues around the city. The author we most wanted to see was Tony Wheeler, he and his wife Maureen were the founders of the world famous Lonely Planet Guidebooks. He was talking about his new book Darklands which is a series of stories about his travels into off limits counties ...