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Michael Dorausch
Works at ADIO Chiropractic
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Snow in tehachapi mountains, the Jeep loved it.
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Fresh Mojave mud makes my Jeep happy. #Yermo  
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Modified Jeep today with added USB ports and switches, got navigation mounted in nice out-of-the-way position.
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Welded in the light bar and finished that today, crazy bright LEDs. Low Voltage High Output (300 Watts) #jeep 
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Doing that here except with metal and spray paint.
 
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Costco has me hooked with all the awesome IPAs in stock. Bought these today.
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Growing old is not for sissies. Photo taken in the mens room of local diner on route 66. #route66  
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Mojave Road AF9606 - This is your land America, thanks for keeping routes open and letting my drive through it.
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  • ADIO Chiropractic
    Chiropractor, present
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Los Angeles, CA
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New York, Long Island, Los Angeles - New York - Tampa - Maryland - Boston - Cleveland - San Fransisco - Las Vegas - Panama - Burbank
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12740 Culver Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90066
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Webmaster for planetchiropractic.com, speaker on SEO and Local Search, and practicing Los Angeles Chiropractor.

I've been combining my passion for hiking and photography in spare time, which is far too spare.
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Still alive (until I'm killed by death).
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  • CCCLA
    chiropractic, 1992 - present
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Dr. Michael Dorausch, Michael Dorausch, DC, @chiropractic on Twitter, Venice on Webmasterworld
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've stayed here numerous times over the past decade for twice a year chiropractic conferences. While the hotel is nice, it's lost the old school energy it had when I visited years ago. Loud rap music playing at the pool was a turnoff for me (perhaps a sign I'm aging), I'd much prefer big band music of the era the hotel was established. The lobby is still inviting and front desk staff was friendly as always, with the valets being the most helpful on this recent trip. The cafe appears to have downgraded the menu and I found myself going off the property for evening meals. Unfortunate, since they used to serve an amazing cowboy rib eye steak. Room was clean and AC worked well (I prefer staying in the original building - has the most old time feel for me), a big plus since it was 106 degrees out. The grounds don't appear as well maintained as they were in the past, but the property in general still maintains a hint of it's one-time classy feel. Still one of my favorite hotels in the Phoenix area (and I've stayed at dozens).
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The annual BBQ is an event not to be missed. 2013 is planned for Memorial Day weekend.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Integrity: This company has it. I've worked with a number of people at BlueGlass and I can tell you from experience they are passionate about their clients. The team mentality is strong and they work incredibly hard. Choosing an Internet Marketing Agency can be a tough decision and I wouldn't recommend anyone just jump in and go. Study brands that are showing significant online growth and you're likely to discover BlueGlass is behind the marketing, in several top scenarios.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I stayed here back in October for a week during a conference at the Las Vegas Convention Center. I chose the location because it was nearby the monorail entrance and still near the strip. The perfect choice for what I needed. Parking was good (same parking lot as the flamingo) and access to the strip was easy. Room wasn't as large as I would have liked it to be, although I was in a studio, but the in room Jacuzzi tub was terrific. Coffee maker in the room was a bonus, as was the refrigerator and microwave. A slightly larger kitchen area would have rocked. Wi-fi was of fair quality and provided free during my stay, also a bonus. There was mold on the shower tiles, or something black that looked like mold. The room could use a real thorough cleaning. Overall it was a great location for easily getting to the monorail and easily getting to the strip, perfect for my trip. I would definitely stay here again but I would try to get a larger room.
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Quality: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
So much more than a place to stop just for gasoline. The location of this Chevron is rich with desert history. If you have the time to explore the area hang out a while. There's some great hiking to be done near here. I 4x4 in the desert a lot and this is a frequent place I stop to fuel up, get coffee, and get prepared before heading out into the desert. If you are traveling towards Arizona, this is your last chance for gas before the city of Blythe, CA. There's a Dairy Queen inside the Chevron, that makes an OK hamburger, but great chocolate shakes. Perfect when you're traveling in the heat of summer. I've noticed the lines to use the restrooms can be extremely long, especially on Sunday's when lots of families are traveling through the area.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I'm surprised nobody's written a review about this hotel property yet. It's an older property but the place has a really calm and carefree feeling to it. I've been here several times for chiropractic conferences, and we've had a great stay each trip. I've never stayed in the main building hotel itself, there's quite a few buildings (I think they are timeshares) that are part of the hotel property, and I've always stayed in those. Fabulous and spacious. Based just on those units I'd probably give the hotel a five star rating. Dining at the hotel wasn't anything special but there were several great restaurants nearby. Usually for conferences, we breakfast at the hotel, and all other meals are done somewhere else in town. There is a bar (perhaps call the carefree cantina) on the property that's really cool. I've enjoyed plenty of margaritas there. Terrific place to hang out on a hot summer night in Arizona. The hotel is quite a ways from PHX airport but it's worth the drive. Likely better to rent a car versus taking a taxi, I imagine it would be a costly trip. There's lots of golf nearby but I'm not a golfer so I don't have anything to offer on that. I definitely stay here again, even if it was just relaxing weekend.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago