Let's see...., that mean's there's only 1119 left on my bucket list....; give or take 15 or so.
Don't own any casino stocks. Care about failing Vegas. Now go brush your teeth. K
Give it a rest...we get it, you're short. You're also annoying. "IGNORE"
Stink is greatest there. K
He had a home in Culver City, California.
Fleetwood may have something about a certain MGM person traveling to Culver City.
One never knows. Tabloid writers like creative writing.
It was a naval training center until late 1994. Then it was changed to a park with a little bit of everything.
My life partner trained there. He is a Desert Storm Veteran. He suffers from PTSD. We travel there because of the beautiful peaceful area and squirrels along the waterway. We feed the squirrels which have come to know us very well. They will come right up to us when we sit at a park bench. We stand for fear they will crawl right up our pant legs. We have to watch and make certain they do not follow us.
The area has lots of trees, shrubbery, and endless blooming flowers. A large green grass field exists for sports activities. Within view is Shelter Island and Spanish Landing. One will see a mass of boats. On occasion we have seen people in long racing boats rowing up and down the waterway training. Daily we see joggers running along the shoreline of the waterway and teams practicing and playing soccer of all ages.
In the area exists a Von's grocery store with an outside patio area. One can secure sandwiches from the deli and dine outside in the patio area. The patio is located between two stores which make up the Von's grocery store. One building contains fresh produce with a deli, and the other side contains a pharmacy and packaged food and checkout stands. One can dine on the patio year around because the weather is tepid, and he will not roast or freeze. Tables exist with huge umbrellas. Lighting exists, so one can dine in the evening. The Von's grocery store is opened everyday from 5 AM - 1 AM.
Near the main entrance aka Gate No. 1 is a Corvette Diner which used to be the Officers' Mess Hall. The diner is decorated with 1950's neon and memorabilia. Servers are dressed in 1950's service clothing with some wearing roller skates. The place seems always packed in the evenings. The restaurant does take reservations for all sizes of groups.