Dresden B&B

1623 North Sierra Bonita, Los Angeles, California, 90046, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles, is near Hollywood Walk of Fame, Sunset Strip, Guitar Center, and Virgin Megastore.
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    Week 1 in Los Angeles

    A travel blog entry by gabriellaburke on Jun 18, 2014

    52 photos

    ... I met her afterwards and we came back to the apartment and had lunch. I had arranged to meet a girl call Angelique who also lives at the Medici who was friends with the previous intern. She was very nice and friendly and stayed until about 6pm. We then made TACOS which were delicious!

    Saturday 7th

    We woke up to find LA was very overcast. It was expected to clear up later in the day, but we thought we would take advantage of the clouds and go on a hike - ...

    LA LA Land

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on May 23, 2014

    27 photos

    ... American car fully electrical and full of power. The entire center console was a giant touch screen that contained all the controls of the car, even locking and unlocking the doors. These cars are reaching quick popularity here and can only be custom purchased at a mall store. So next time you're at your local mall picking up a new Nike shirt or meeting friends for coffee, you can also swing by, window shop the car they have on display there and choose to ...

    From LA to the Grand Canyon

    A travel blog entry by angeece on May 19, 2014

    ... in a tree. If you were to ask 'why?’ in a suitably baffled tone, the only possible answer is a simple ‘why not?’. And then you might say, ‘it’s just a really strange mix of sculptures just sort of thrown together for no apparent reason.’ And you would be right. But it’s oddly charming, and certainly worth a wander; I admit I enjoyed it more than the diner itself.

    So Sat Nav ...

    14 Hours in Los Angeles - City of Lost Angels

    A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on May 18, 2014

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    ... is now also missing the cute little Tassie Devil luggage tag I had attached :(
    My fourteen hour layover was NOT going to be spent in LAX airport (remember my Ho Chi Min City layover last year?), as I had booked into a Travelodge hotel nearby for a day rate of $54. Worth it just for the chance of a shower and a rest. I'd also booked on a ...

    10,000 miles later...

    A travel blog entry by talesfromthevan on Jan 18, 2014

    53 photos

    ... was INTENSE. It was cold...and when I say cold I mean -21 degrees...and the roads were covered in ice. We drove slowly for several hours and finally made it to West Yellowstone. The KOA Campground there was closed so we decided to treat ourselves to a hotel...being that it was -21. It was at this hotel that we learned that Yellowstone was closed!! AAAAH!!


    The good thing is it gave us a chance to get our computers out and reevaluate our route. At this point, ...