Beach-La Habra Motel

Address: 770 South Beach Boulevard, La Habra, Orange County, California, 90631, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 770 South Beach Boulevard, La Habra, is near Medieval Times at Buena Park Castle and Westridge Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from La Habra

Day 2 in LA

A travel blog entry by nanton1 on Feb 02, 2015

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Today I got a little bit of the film industry feeling. First they kicked me off my hired parking spot, as a TV show was filming in front of my hostel. So they moved me to a different place. The filming is not really interesting and I didn't have a glue about the show. So I decided to ignore it and do instead ...

Los Angeles Citadel to Anaheim

A travel blog entry by blakeman on Dec 02, 2014

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... to the Cheesecake Factory for dinner. This was on the list of 'must-dos' for us. We shared some deep fried cheese, and our meals of Shepard's pie and Chicken And Biscuits. They literally have a buttermilk biscuit melts over the cheese. Yes, all was yummy, not that I have to say it anymore.
Bed time. Phew, i was wrecked. Disneyland and California Adventure Park for the next two days!

Stay classy Sydney - Don't miss me too ...

Studio tour and rides

A travel blog entry by robselclark on Oct 31, 2014

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... traffic on Halloween Night! A 45min trip turned into 90min as Maps on my iPad took us through the centre of the city. According to the traffic overlay (red for heavy traffic, orange, then blue for clear running) that was as good a route as any other. The freeways in LA are TRULY mind boggling: massive multi-storey structures with ten and more lanes thrust hundreds of feet in the air. They now ...

Home time

A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Sep 11, 2014

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... of Arizona, Texas and the eastern part of California and wasn't the least bit interesting - very glad we detoured to Dallas and San Diego! I think everyone has forgotten that the "Mother Road" was the way west for millions of settlers and was a cruel and frustrating trip for them - too much emphasis is placed on the sale of Chinese made memorabilia that adorns every place you pause at. There were some great museums and places of interest along the ...

L.A. to Somewhere over the Pacific Ocean

A travel blog entry by beaky on Aug 10, 2014

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... kill. This was mainly spent sorting more photos (sometimes I think we take far too many photos - they take ages to file and backup) and sitting on the sofa’s in the lobby. Ni managed to kill sometime painting her toenails in preparation for the beach and I managed to sneak in behind a guest to use the swimming pool for a bit. It felt a long day.

We got to the airport and did all the usual flight security stuff along with trying to spend the last of our U.S. coins which ...