Four Seasons Olympic Hotel

Address: 411 University St, Alhambra, California, 91801, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 411 University St, Alhambra, is near Flintstone's Bedrock City, San Antonio Winery, El Alisal, and Lummis Home (El Alisal).
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Travel Blogs from Alhambra

San Diego to Los Angeles

A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 29, 2014

15 photos

... San Diego. Further along the waterfront is the USS Midway which is a similar set up to the USS Intrepid that we saw in New York. Also in this area are several memorials and sculptures such as the Pearl Harbour memorial, the Unconditional Surrender (Kiss) sculpture and the Bob Hope and the Military memorial. The Unconditional Surrender sculpture is based on a photo taken on V-J day in Times Square, New York while the Bob Hope ...

Drugstore or Online Pharmacy: Making a Safe Choice

A travel blog entry by buyxanaxon456 on Jun 08, 14

... the recommended drug is safe for all.

It is wellknown that most of the online pharmacies do not possess a license to sell medications. When you get Viagra in the official representatives, you have insurance quality as the pharmaceutical firms would rather take care of large pharmacies communities. Then, pharmacies offered a spot to shop medications, however ...

LA Days 1 to 3

A travel blog entry by charliemclean on Mar 27, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

Sydney - LA
The flight was particularly uneventful, a few movies and about five hours sleep amd I was in LA.

When I landed and once I was through customs I sat around trying to get wifi to let people know I had arrived safely. LA wifi is hopeless so I gave up and caught the free shuttle to the car rental place. Along the way the shuttle driver gav a few very american welcomes that I found humerous, all ...

Party in the USA - LA and San Diego!!

A travel blog entry by karen0206 on Jan 18, 2014

16 photos

... Mexican food we have had (although his recommendation for Chinese food is questionable). The fish taco was all we could think of for the next few days! The Gaslamp district, which I thought was famous for its historical Victorian buildings, was really only good for its restaurants and bars. We finally stopped at Dick's Last Resort, which unbeknownst to us, was known for its waiters and bartenders being extremely rude to its patrons. A guy went up to the bartender ...

And now for the hard part

A travel blog entry by angenunn on Nov 05, 2013


We have been having such a great time that we haven't spent any money on presents for anyone. Such a great time in fact we have been forced to use our credit cards cause our money recourses have reached capacity, along with our bag weights! But- the good news is, I will be coming ...

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