- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
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... Francisco to Los Angeles. Oh well, next time!!
I caught the 'Super Shuttle' to my hotel - Dunes Inn Wilshire (on Wilshire Blvd). During the transit, I spoke to another passenger who is an Editor in the TV/Movie Industry - she had just returned from the Sundance Festival. She is a local and we chatted about the 'industry' and some LA attractions. It was interesting to get an insight into the 'industry' and how it has changed over the years for varying reasons. While we ...
... recommended by our new friend from the bus to try the best burger in America (In his opinion “In & Out Burger”). The guy said we would not be disappointed because when he knows a good burger, it’s a good burger (as he would say over and over again) Me and Liv look at one another and follow the guy to this fast food place just off Hollywood Blvd (it was heaving) and for $2 something you can get a burger that’s really good (He did not ...
... a bottle and mix cup around which looked pretty cool. We did tequila shots and I had a frozen orange daiquiri which instantly gave me a brain freeze. It was still pretty quiet and it was a monday night so probably that's why. We walked to supper club after for some dancing, but unfortunately it was closed. We walked along hollywood boulevard, got a drink at Hooters and went back to podshare. We chilled on the couch for a bit and had another drink and the guys ...
... Aladdin and more. My favourite part was the Disney princesses float.. But I don't know how Rapunzel got on there... So very confused!!! I mean she's good but she's not a 'classic' to me just yet. Overall, we had an amazing day (excluding the wait in line to get on the rides). It was a once in a lifetime type of experience, that I plan to make at least another 2 times!!!! HAHA!! :) M&M ...
Book Prompt: Explain the principle of favorability. Do you think it exists?
The book refers to something called the "principle of favorability," or beginner's luck. I think that sometimes people who are new at something manage to win against people who are experienced at that thing, and people will say "Oh, it's just ...