Ayres Suites Diamond Bar

Address: 21951 Golden Springs Drive, Diamond Bar, California, 91765, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 21951 Golden Springs Drive, Diamond Bar, is near Butterfield & Butterfield.
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      LA, beach, BBQs and shopping

      A travel blog entry by thegoodstones on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... Microsoft Store is in a lovely shopping mall and after a delicious burger we hit the shops. After a frozen yogurt Jane has a brilliant idea that we go and watch a movie, whilst she has a little shop. We see Return of the Guardians which is, possibly, the worst film we have ever seen. Luckily Jane's shopping was more of a success.

      Then it's home for supper and (yes) more pool and ...

      Scorched Earth

      A travel blog entry by ramullis on Jul 09, 2014

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      ... going up a long incline. Although brutally uncomfortable, the best option other than stopping (which we did once) is to turn off the AC and sometimes even blast the heat to cool down the engine. In the end, we made it, but we had to hold our breaths a couple of times.

      On the way, we saw a lot of produce stands just south of San Francisco, and most of them advertised fresh garlic…one even mentioned garlic ice cream. The smell was overpowering all the way down ...

      Unable to relax at LAX

      A travel blog entry by ianjordan on May 24, 2014

      ... and no one came to sit in seat number three. So, we were able to spread out a bit.

      Sam was a bit tense when it came time to take off, so I helped set her mind at ease by telling her stories about technical things such as how the wing flaps while in the air and how you can see through the wing when the flaps are down. It didn't help. Some people just don't want to be helped.

      The flight was 14 ...


      A travel blog entry by keefyweefywoo on Mar 14, 2014

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      Anyhoo I then got my gorge on and ate at both subway - a weird buffalo chicken creation - and Wendy's 'The Baconator' which tastes great. I also got to try the famous In'n'Out burger meal, a scoffed a double double and honestly? Not anywhere near as good as I had hoped. Honestly anything from Grill'd or Beloporto is better. Sorry Americans, it doesn't cut it. Also French fries in this country all suck! Just not as well cooked anywhere. I spent the rest of ...

      T-Minus 2 Hours!!!!

      A travel blog entry by jaiofchi on Jan 05, 2014


      ... SoCal balminess. Shorts and t-shirt it is! We then walked to a local outdoor mall so Joe could buy some undershirts and we could split a bottle of wine to kick off this party. Back to the room for a bit and then out to dinner and a few beers to cap off the night. We were pretty wiped from our early morning, so we drifted off to sleep feeling like kids on Christmas eve.