Budget Inn San Gabriel

1924 S San Gabriel Blvd, San Gabriel, California, 91776, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1924 S San Gabriel Blvd, San Gabriel, is near Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, Old Pasadena, Mission San Gabriel Archangel, and Angelus Temple.
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Travel Blogs from San Gabriel

Lost and Not Found (1975)

A travel blog entry by lizonya on Jul 17, 2014

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... final firing. My excitement turns to fear, and then panic.”

“Mr. Thomas,” I shake, “I cannot find my ceramic pot. Was there an accident or explosion in the kiln last night?”

“No, Miss Kroupa. Are you sure that you checked all the shelves carefully?”

“Yes, I know I did. I even double checked the shelves, including the green ware.”
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Realtor Marketing: The Value of Search Engines

A travel blog entry by realestate286 on Jun 08, 14

... to grow your circle and obtain up-on internet search engine rank.

5. You can probably get visitors to give attention to this for a person. Unless you hold the occasion to concentrate in your realtor promotion practiceis Realtor Websites

profile on SE's like google, there are numerous providers that one could checkout that will assist you with this. ExpertZoo for example, helps companies and property brokers/brokers create ...

On the road again - AKA bumpy road to paradise

A travel blog entry by bella-vita on May 15, 2014

... into the seat gap between us. "The sutra of the bequeathed teachings of the Buddha". I am reading Mo-ho Chi Kuan or 'the Great Stopping and Seeing’. (500 AD) It all comes down to that of course. Stopping. Then seeing.

I picked it up and read it as he slept.

When he awoke, I held up his book and smiled. He nodded and I kept reading. We attempted to converse a little, but his English was minimal and ...

April Fool's Prank

A travel blog entry by journeyjoy on Apr 01, 2014

Happy April Fools Day!

Some of the girls last night had filled our manager's office with all the leftover blown up balloons from a teen event, and taped a "happy april fools" sign onto the back of her office chair. She opened her door in the morning and all these balloons poured out hahaha.

I worked 9-noon and 1-5 in Pelicans where I got to get to know the new kids better. One little girl came up to me after I coughed ...

Downtown Hustle + Mulholland Dr

A travel blog entry by bildungskarenz on Mar 30, 2014

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Downtown looks pretty different to Santa Monica or Venice (what a surprise..), it has a couple of tower buildings, though most of them are bank headquarters. The cars are not so fancy, the people seem to be more like city-dwellers instead of near-beach-wealthy-uptodate-folks.

Chinatown is interesting to see, at least once for its chinese written shops and ...