Fortunately, I know the Radison Mid-Wilshire, from my days working on a massive insurance insolvency located some nine blocks away. It used to be the Hyatt Mid-Wilshire, and then the Koreana, before its current incarnation as the Radisson Wilshire Court. It's a nice hotel. The added bonus, as well, is that it is very close walking distance to several nice casual Korean restaurants. Soon I was in a place called Dunbo, a Korean bbq. The waitress helped me overcome the fact that the menu was largely in Korean. Soon, kim chee and various sweetened and pickled vegetables were before me, as well as a little portable butane grill.
I began to bbq my pork slices. The soup was extremely tart, but very tasty. Although I am usually good at this, the waitperson nonetheless pitched in and set me straight on a couple of key grilling points. The meal was excellent. We overcame language barriers on the English term "receipt". Afterward, I found a cybercafe across the street from the hotel, which seemed much more fun than using my laptop in the hotel room.
I love Korean food, and we don't get it in Dallas as often as we did in Los Angeles. I must confess, though, that while I use the chopsticks as first resort, I do cheat with the fork from time to time.
I'm sleeping much better now, and I'm eager to sleep more this weekend. I had a good day in court. I'm glad to see the weekend arrive.