Arroyo Vista Inn
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Arroyo Vista Inn South Pasadena
Travel Blogs from South Pasadena
... the script called for. Santa Clarita has hosted countless location shoots in its scrubby hills for Hollywood's cowboy pictures, many of which I saw as a lazy teenager, sprawled horizontal on the sofa watching a black and white TV set all weekend instead of doing my homework.
Bronze plaques of horse saddle bas reliefs are set in terrazzo tile and installed up both sides of the street for half a dozen blocks. There are about 90 stars honoured ...
... glimpses of the great views back over the city toward to the west. There was a surprising amount of construction going on in these 'established' suburbs. The wealthy buy $10m houses, demolish them and build $20m ones. Huge houses with million $ views. In one street we came across a tree down over the road and we had to detour through someones drive. That was the closest we got to seeing one of these mansions. Haha. A great little drive and quite unexpected from our host.
... plane to basically go through the whole US customs and security screening as transit passengers. Fingerprints, photos and shoes off for the x-ray machine before we could get into the departure area. Nothing like I remember from my last trip in 1995.
We had a wander through around the duty free shops which were mostly expensive label ones and got drinks at Starbucks and found seats so the girls could charge their phones again. Then ...
... the vast Pacific Ocean in a flying machine that never ceases to amaze me as, even with my limited understanding of physics I know it should not be able to get off the ground, let alone fly unsupported halfway across the world. There is nothing that can make you lose all sense of reality quite like air travel. Sitting trapped in a capsule with fellow travellers, you eat and drink and repeat the process and make copious trips to the toilet, just to pass ...
... the way to the H2 highway.
After getting back to Waikiki I went for drinks at Mai Tai Bar in the Royal Hawaiian. I started with the Scratch Mai Tai and then also decided to try the Lava (banana, strawberry, coconut). Just as I paid my bill it started pouring again and I stayed at the Royal Hawaiian to wait out the rain sitting under their pink portico/colonnade relaxing in a rocking chair. Unfortunately this was one of the nights they do a free hula show on the ...