Econo Lodge Long Beach

Address: 3624 E Pacific Coast Highway, Long Beach, California, 90804, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 3624 E Pacific Coast Highway, Long Beach, is near Downtown Long Beach, Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden, Long Beach East Village Arts District, and East 4th Street.
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        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Long Beach

        Geocaching, meetings, stop signs and a restaurant

        A travel blog entry by cat.ricketts on Jul 05, 2015

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        ... are so grateful to her for giving us this opportunity. Once the meeting ended, we walked down to the waterfront at a lovely (classy) restaurant with some beautiful Waitresses. We finally got to try some buffalo wings (amongst other things) then headed on back to the hotel to get an early night. Off to Universal Studios tomorrow! Stay classy San Diego. KHS World Champs ...

        MONEY BALL

        A travel blog entry by chrisbaumann87 on Feb 25, 2015

        ... to steal the title of being the best player in their position.

        If I'm building a team, I build it based on the attributes, and skill set each player brings. Players that compliment other players.

        Rugby isn't a sport of stats. It isn't easy to figure out like baseball. I can't just say I want players who get on base.

        What I want is players that don't turn the ball over. That make their tackles. That don't give away penalties. Who do their job in ...

        Royal Rendezvous and day of contrasts

        A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 05, 2015

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        ... than the main Los Angeles Cruise Terminal. The last Cunard Queen to berth adjacent to Queen Mary was the QE2. Queen Mary began service in 1936, but was requisitioned by the War Office and was converted into a Troop Carrier during WWII. After the war she plied the Atlantic as the first of the giant super liners until she was retired in 1967 and was turned into a hotel, restaurant and tourist attraction at Long Beach. ...

        The General's Swan Song (1983)

        A travel blog entry by lizonya on Sep 18, 2014

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        ... paper printed on both sides. “Read it over, and sign on the bottom of the last page.”

        “Why have you rated me ‘poor’ on judgment?” I ask.

        “Because you used the company computer for personal use.”

        “I used the VAX computer with written permission from my manager at the time that I needed the computer to prepare my master’s thesis. Besides, I ...

        The End of the Road

        A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Sep 10, 2014

        ... the car out and pack our gear ready for the flight home! Tomorrow we will have a sleep in and then try and find something to fill the day before we fly out at 9.45pm - always hard to do and as we have to return the car by 6pm, and with the above mentioned horrendous traffic to contend with, it's not going to be easy! Also the forecast high of 37 degrees means it's going to be something indoors! But I'm sure we'll sort ...