BEST WESTERN Redondo Beach Galleria Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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From Long Beach, continuing along the PCH, we arrived at Redondo Beach.....another beautiful beach along the PCH. Parking the little Nissan Rogue on the Main Street, the meters were old style ones that only take quarters (the new ones take credit cards), so I nipped to the bank and got two rolls of ...
... sand treasure of the west coast. We only had 2-hour parking so we chilled on the beach for an hour then mooched around the town for an hour. For the next few nights we have booked into a motel in Newport so we drove down the coast, past Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and had a sneak peak at the Balboa Peninsular before checking in and getting comfy for the night. The next few days are going to be spent in the OC with nothing but beaches on the menu!
... two busses so had to wait a really long time before getting on the next loop to Beverly Hills. The bus tour guide representative was SO annoying. He was so annoying, by whistling and counting down the minutes (from 34) that I had to walk off before I punched him in the face. He had a really annoying face and everything about him angered me. Finally the bus came and all English people got on. They annoyed me. Not so much the accents but just the nonchalant **** ...
... sipped on some well crafted cocktails at a bar that looked like an old English library. On Saturday we got up with a determination to do everything LA. We started by taking the tram to the famous Getty art museum high on a hill. This huge, beautiful museum boasted picturesque gardens and grounds with spectacular views of the city. We spent hours wandering the gardens and one of the complex's huge buildings housing incredible collections of artwork. After the Getty, we ...
... is the original Spanish settlement. Avila Adobe is the oldest surviving built around 1818. There were street stalls and a fiesta atmosphere.
The Cathedral was a surprise. Built in 2002, it is a huge modern concrete building, It was more appealing inside with large light filled spaces. We did get an organ recital as there was a wedding on.
The Walt Disney Concert Hall is also a new building - built in 2003. It is an interesting ...