Address: 18880 Gale Ave, Rowland Heights, California, 91748-1337, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 18880 Gale Ave, Rowland Heights.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Executive Inn Rowland Heights

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    Travel Blogs from Rowland Heights

    Where everyone has a dream......

    A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Feb 25, 2015

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    ... commute to work. Hollywood Boulevard is fun to stroll along and the Kodak Theatre is worth a look. We were there the day of the Oscars so large Oscar statues and red carpet were laid out. Rodeo Drive followed and then a trip up to the famous Hollywood sign - which is made of top grade Australian steel! A great FREE tour is the audio tour of ...

    Days at Sea

    A travel blog entry by cincy on Nov 30, 2014

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    ... and watching shows. Sunday's night show was "Destination Anywhere," with the Crown Princess Singers and Dancers. It was very good. Monday night's show was A Tribute To Billy Joel by a piano player named David James Guidice, and it was also very good.

    We also discovered the Wheelhouse Bar had Happy Hour - Buy One, Get One Free drinks so we took advantage of that ...

    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 ...

    Big Island and Oahu

    A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... outs along the way. I stopped at the Pu’u Loa Petroglyph stop and hiked the .7 mile trail to see the petroglyphs. The hike out is over lava and the trail is marked by piles of stones which I think are called Ahu. It was the hottest part of the day when I did this and it was baking out there on the lava. Afterward I continued on to the end of the road where you will find the Holei Sea Arch and the part of Chain of Craters Road that was covered in lava years ago.

    LA, we are coming !

    A travel blog entry by davenwend on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... with Wendy putting up with me trying to decide what to eat (head was saying too late for breakfast, too early for lunch), we ate at a place called Mo's BBQ which was easily some of the best BBQ we've had. In a town where EVERY food place serves chowder, one of the signs in the store proclaimed "Mo don't know fish, Mo don't know chowda - but Mo knows BBQ". And he did - garlic fries to start, then Wendy had a shredded beef sandwich with beans, and I had pulled ...