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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Adventure to the camp site.

A travel blog entry by zzjaidhingezz on Aug 26, 2014

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... we did the usual thing, Hi my name is blah blah blah, got to know one another and then we left at around 9:30 – 10 o’clock in the morning and drove for a good 4 hours to get to the entry of our 4x4 adventure.

Before we entered the track we checked if everything was in good working order, checked it all and found that everything was in good working order except one which had a slow leaking tyre but we had a puncture kit, we fixed it snap ...

Elephant Seals, Seers and Fat Cats

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 10, 2014

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... home and sprinted back to the RV to sniff the septic tank. Hearst Castle was next to do on the to-do-list. Not nearly as ******* the nose but rank nonetheless. I came here in 2006 as well. On that occasion I was quick to compare (too quick in hindsight) the life of Henry Miller to that of William Randolph Hearst. My judgement of the latter was brutal. Times change, and today I was not interested in comparisons. I just wanted Deanne to see this sprawling ranch ...

Long Layover in Los Angeles - Take Two

A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jul 01, 2014

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After an early morning six hour flight to Los Angeles that had me arriving four hours later with the change of time zones, I had to endure another fourteen hour layover in Los Angeles. This time I chose to stay in the airport - funds were fast diminishing - and somehow managed it without too much angst.

I'd read about a 'quite corner' tucked away in the ...

Shock & Awe: an insider's experience.

A travel blog entry by andrew.tyndale on May 02, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... 200 scheduled events in 3 days, with up to 3500 delegates. This does not include the myriad of private functions and meetings that happen before, during and after the main show.

The Beverley Hills Hilton has been its home for many years, and is well suited. There are as many as 12 venues, varying in capacity from 150 to 2500. The main program runs Monday - Wednesday and scheduled events begin as early as 6:30am and run as late as 10pm.
Every 75 ...


A travel blog entry by tavernertales on Dec 02, 2013

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... like I'm in the driver's seat and driving the car without a steering wheel. Turning corners was the worst! I was glad I wasn't driving and proud of John with the way he was.

They kept us awake all day with visits to Hollywood and general rubber-necking around Rodeo Drive and seeing rich people's homes in the Hollywood Hills. Hollywood was pretty underwhelming and overrated. It was full of seedy types trying to talk us into doing ...