Venice Beach Hostel

716 Washington Ave, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, 90291, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Venice area of Los Angeles, is near Venice Beach, Marina del Rey Beach, Bluewater Sailing, and California Sailing Academy.
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Travel Blogs from Los Angeles

Cruisin Malibu

A travel blog entry by bradndad2014 on Apr 21, 2014

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Heading back towards home, we stopped in at an Automotive Museum we had read about. Arriving 20 minutes before closing time, we decided we would return tomorrow for a good look around.
Heading out to our favourite Sushi restaurant for dinner. There was some excitement in town as the Police shut down a night club in the heart of Hollywood. They wouldn't say why, but between the 12+ squad cars (all reverse angle parked along the road), ...

Great Expectations

A travel blog entry by khughes17 on Nov 20, 2013

1 comment

... along with a man and 3 trolleys; nobody understands a word he says. We go up one level; around 6 Chinese men step into the lift, as if it wasn't cramped enough, and they all smell like noodles! We get out of the lift and are escorted to the left, no that's the wrong way, we're obviously supposed to wait at the unattended barrier and guess what we are supposed to be doing. We go through another passport check where we get asked once again why we don't have a transiting card?! We ...

Disneyland today then Hockey game tonight- woohoo!

A travel blog entry by culvy on Oct 10, 2013

2 comments, 25 photos

... from music concert, the night before, to ice hockey game, all within 24 hours. The game was everything we had hoped for... We saw fights (rules allow players to go full out until someone hits the ice-only then do the refs intervene!!), players taken out and goals scored. Only one puck made it into the crowd, and luckily it wasn't aimed at us!! Ducks won convincingly 6 nil. Was the longest, but most amazing birthday ever!! Totally AWESOME :) ...

Never trust a snake

A travel blog entry by hollywoodblonde on Jul 30, 2013

... I yell. "Everyone hates you". He grabbed my arm and twisted it and slammed me against a wall. I was scared. I ran off outside and couldn't hold it in any longer the tears came poring down. Luckily I had my new friends. These amazing guys I'd been with today. I had the guys from cypress,the English guys and a guy who worked there . They huddled around me and gave me hugs and support. I'll never forget that moment. I've never felt that much love from strangers. The hostel staff ...

Damn That Swivel

A travel blog entry by jbakermwdi on Mar 01, 2004

Managing the public access studio was so much fun it didn’t seem like a job. The other producers were such characters. There was never a dull moment. After a couple years I had to face facts – this job would never pay enough to support our family. I needed to get my butt in gear and find sponsors for my show.

I spent a few weeks playing salesman – bugging people for money. Sitting ...