Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Sunday, October 21, 2012

DV Lottery 2013 - possible 2nd-round selection

For DV Lottery 2013 entrants: keep your confirmation number! October 22nd can bring you another chance! Good luck!

http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/types/types_1322.html

Entrant Status Check
"DV 2013 Program: Beginning on May 1, 2012 at noon Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) (GMT-4), entrants from DV 2013 (those who submitted entry between October 4, 2011 and November 5, 2011) may check the status of their entry using the confirmation number through Entrant Status Check on the E-DV website. Be advised that additional DV 2013 entrants MAY be selected beginning October 22, 2012 at noon, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) (GMT-4). The DV-2013 registration period was from October 4, 2011, until November 5, 2011. To view instructions for DV-2013 entrants and selectees, see Instructions for the 2013 Diversity Visa Program."

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Romanian goodies

"Whole Food for Life"on Los Feliz Blvd. in Glendale
Notice the Blow Out Sale and "parizel" misspelling :)

LA snapshots 8

Hollywood Style T-shirt

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Endeavour rolled into history

Space shuttle Endeavour is seen rolling through the streets of LA



Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Space Shuttle Endeavour - final journey

If you're in LA this weekend, don't forget Endeavour hits the streets for a close-up and a final journey! The first, last and only time a space shuttle will travel through city streets.
The home stretch of Endeavour's final journey begins Oct. 12, when four computer-controlled transport vehicles will roll the shuttle out of its airport hangar. The orbiter is slated to arrive at the California Science Center the next day.
When and where you can #spottheshuttle you can find from this article!


                    
The space shuttle Endeavour rests atop the Over Land Transporter (OLT) in a hanger on Sept. 24, 2012 at Los Angeles International Airport. (Photo by Bill Ingalls/NASA via Getty Images)
                   

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Cum trimit eu pachete (din America) in România

Am promis de mult timp ca intr-o zi voi scrie un post despre cum trimit eu pachete in Romania! Intr-un final a venit si ziua aceea!
Deci cum se trimit pachete inspre Romania din L.A., Orange County si San Diego:
Pret: $ 1.35/lb ( pick up la depozit )
Pret: $ 1.55/lb ( pick up la client )
Timpul aproximativ de livrare: 6-8 saptamani
Minimum greutate / adresa: 50 lb
Livrarea se face in Romania direct la adresa destinatarului, si nu se plătesc alte taxe suplimentare la destinație. Din experienta mea, Pachetele au ajuns intacte la destinație, indiferent de conținut!
Contact: Avram Petruse ph-714-353-2667
Nr telefon RO contact: 0740 610 256
Persoana de contact in Ro - dl.Adi ( fam Avram )
Mai este încă o firma care trimite pachete, localizata tot in Orange County. Cand le voi afla informațiile voi face un update! Dacă aveți informații despre firme care se ocupa cu același lucru, din alte orașe, zone ale Americii, va rog sa mă ajutati sa facem o lista cât mai completa! Cred ca ar folosi multora! Thanks!

Monday, October 1, 2012

In-flight experience on Hawaiian Airlines


When I booked my trip to Hawaii, I chose to fly Hawaiian Airlines because  Hawaiian has never had a fatal accident in its entire history, and that was good enough for me, knowing I have some sort of fear of flying!:) Also they have great air fares from LAX to Honolulu!! How great? I paid around $350 and some change round trip! 
Both flights departed and arrived on time, actually they arrived earlier than expected. Both landings were smooth as butter. Also they still serve complimentary snack&meals on the plane, along with unusual "freebies" such as Mai Tais & wine with your dinner or breakfast. The flight attendants were very nice, unlike American Airlines. The pilots on HA10 were extra cool, so I got a chance to visit the cockpit after we landed in Los Angeles! 
On our way, we flew out in the evening. We were treated to a pau hana snack mix (cheese crackers, almonds, rice sticks, etc). Very savory, plus a drink (soda, water, etc.) They also served dinner (teriyaki chicken, rice, veggies, salad, pineapple cake). Everything tasted OK  In addition, they also gave us a complimentary glass of white or red wine. Of course it's not fancy wine, but hey, any alcohol to unwind on a 5 hour flight is a win in my book!
On our way back to LAX, we were served drinks twice and breakfast (bagel with cream cheese/guava jelly, mac nut cookie, and dried fruit mix). Everything was portioned perfectly and wasn't too heavy. For a snack, we had a Mai Tai with Maui onion chips.




Guess which airline still gives metal forks?



 The plane was completely full




Airbus A380 - world's biggest plane @ LAX