The Hotel Hollywood
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In the early days of film, it was rumoured that a budding star only had to parade around the junction of Hollywood and Vine to be spotted by the film directors who drank coffee in restaurants here. Turning off the Boulevard, we saw the famous Hollywood sign high on the hills above and passed the iconic Capitol Records Tower, resembling a stack of …
... his wife. Denise and Von became his "keepers". Mario was the definite third wheel and needed a lot of attention - he kept losing his insulin bag, lost his shoes, sat on his hat, spilled his drinks on his jacket, commandeered Denise's service tray, feasted on sugar, jabbed himself with injections and for 13 hours and 20 minutes straight was transfixed by Flight Tracker! But it was all okay because, on boarding the aircraft, Julie had ...
As we are travelling on the bus the iPad was passed around so the boys and supporters could write down their thoughts of the tour.
As an English teacher, Mr Hannah was amazed to see the boys wanting to write down their reflections on the tour.
Best experience of my life so far.
Great experience; tour was really well run and had a good time with the boys
Great singing, huge spirit ...
... we looked before but couldn't get any but this time managed to! So on Thursday 9th April we are going to see the Cannucks vs Arizona coyotes! - should be great! Tomorrow we leave for San Luis Obispo - halfway (ish) up highway 1 - we are also going to stop at an outlet mall on the way and probably a target as we both have stuff to take back! We also at some point need to print off our luggage tags and our ice hockey tickets - but this hotel reckons it has a printing service.....we will see!!! ...
... personal history. If you know me already… feel free to skip the next few paragraphs.
So without any further ado- A brief bio of a uptight backpacking workaholic blonde with a slightly unhinged imagination.
I was born and raised in rural Maine and I will forever be a Mainer at heart. I grew up with family and chores, snow and long dirt roads. I learned how to seed a lawn and stain a house before I was old enough wait for the school bus alone.