driving boss to London tomorrow for a 5 hour meeting.... think il go see the british museum to pass the time, its free and seeing dinosaur bones and mummys could be fun I suppose
On this weeks episode of Ray Donovan on Showtime an old guy wearing a Dolphins hat smokes a joint with Jon Voight. The show is great if you are not watching it (thanks Vaark)
Hank Azaria and Data from Star Trek are also on this season
Rest in peace brother bigbry
Word of advise for anyone who travels. Don't let hotels.com, expedia, travelosity or any company like them book your hotel stay. They cause nothing but problems. Worse yet they usually charge you roughly the same price the hotel itself will charge you. The way it works is the third party company (Hotels.com, etc) pays about half the actual price of the room. They then turn around and charge you the full price while they pocket it the other half. This is why you are not given a receipt when you check out, for two reasons. One is because you already have one in your email. The other reason is so you, the consumer, don't ever find out the actual price the third party paid for the room.
My suggestion is use these services to find out what hotels are in the city you are going to stay. Once you known what hotels are in the city you are traveling to, Google the hotel name plus the city name to get the direct number to the hotel. This way they can tell you exactly what is available and should any problems arise they can deal with it at the desk at check-in without having to call some off shore help line.
If I have the time I use Hotwire or Priceline. I find their ratings and descriptions quite accurately reliable. Cases in point: a 4 star resort in Scottsdale for $85/nite with a 3 nite stay (listed rate $240), a Sheraton suite out of season in Key West for $80/nite for 2 nites and an upgrade to a luxury Marriott suite near the Vancouver airport for about $90 per nite for 2 nites.