Venice Beach Hostel

Address: 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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Venice beach, night adventure & audition

A travel blog entry by janna.in.la on Jul 27, 2014

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... to Adam Parsons with who I took lots of classes at Amsterdam Dance Center the few days before I flew to LA.

Walking into sunny warm LA totally helped change my mood. I felt doubt and sadness instantly change in dedication and passion. I'm so ready to take more ballet this coming year, train hard, save money and come back next year: stronger and completely ready. I had a stroll along sunset boulevard, got myself another lush peach green tea lemonade at Starbucks and had a ...

Realtor Marketing: The Value of Search Engines

A travel blog entry by realestate286 on Jun 08, 14





Emphasizing how search engines purpose is one great way to make sure your agent advertising practice gets industry exposure you want. A great deal of realtors nowadays are utilizing website marketing processes to attain themselves more clients beyond what recruiting businesses will offer them. Why are search engines like Google therefore important? Here are just a couple of reasons.

1. The internet is where many people ...

Goodbye Bowling

A travel blog entry by bildungskarenz on Mar 28, 2014

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... first season of Mad Men on Netflix: there seemed to be a lot of drinking and smoking back in the Sixties.. ^^
read The Economist, New York Times and a couple of books about American History in the Santa Monica Library, I know...weirdo..

by the way, yesterdays bowling was the second time ever, I'm getting better :)

next challenge: looking for new friends for the next four weeks or so :(

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Day 52: Celebrity Sighting!

A travel blog entry by c.gowans83 on Nov 02, 2013

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... br> We thought the airport may still be a little crazy after yesterday's shootings at terminal 3 but it had returned to normal, only TV crews were still present. We checked in and were just about to go through the scanners when an official airport person cut in front waving two people to join him in front of us. Well me being me looked at the lady making eye contact then the lady winked smiling back at ...

Tar pits and Hollywood

A travel blog entry by colinhardcastle on Sep 18, 2013

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... we make it. We have to pay for parking (oh well), and we head in. We walk right past it at first, before finding a sign and walking in again, and it is a nice little market. We have a good breakfast (shrimp salads), and wander around a bit, and yes, I reckon we did see someone famous. A rather small young woman with hoodie and sunglasses on, with what looked like her boyfriend hovering protectively over her. She was ...