Travel Blogs from Pasadena
... that special. It was a lot ore quiet than downtown Los Angeles, but it was just a shopping street called Colorado boulevard. Pasadena was founded as a city in the 1800s and it is somewhat old. It has a really cool city hall with fountains and dome type cathedral, but outside of that it was not that special. I was hoping to find like an old town San Diego type area here in Old Town Pasadena, but really it ...
... the floors and we got to see the whole collection of everything you'd need to create a set. The place reminded me of a thrift shop, a massive, very well organized thrift shop. At night we met with Cassie in Montrose for some ice cream. What a great way to end the day. So plans for this weekend possibly include going to see the movie The Water Diviner, Hiking, Mini golf, and a Barbecue at Randy's.
And thats all I have to say about that,
... route through Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. On our way back, we plan on taking the northern route through Nevada, Utah, and Colorado (Three states to which I have never been). I also think this way back will be a little more scenic than the first, which was mostly desert. Not that that way was bad, but I'm hoping for some great views driving through the Rockies.
Saturday, was a little different from most. We had class with ...
... from our guest speaker Perry Lanaro, the Vice President of Financial Systems at Paramount Pictures. It was extremely interesting hearing about all the different ways that a movie makes money other than just the box office ticket sales.
Friday, Ryan and I took a hike. We checked out one of the trails that led up a mountain. We started at noon and with backpacks filled with water, trail mix, and beef jerky, we started walking. ...
... first cartoon started) and finding what theatre we were suppose to be in before we missed more of the docs. We all split, going out different exits and meeting back up in the lobby of the Egyptian. Confused we asked someone where the Oscar docs were showing and they pointed to a door that was hidden in the corner of the lobby. It was painted the same color as the wall and had no signs of any kind informing us that this was a theater. We rushed in and found ...
Other places to stay in Pasadena
180 North Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena | 3 star hotelfrom $125
- Close to Old town Pasadena
- Excellent hotel, excellent location, great service
- Reliable Hotel, Wildly Variable Rates
191 N Los Robles, Pasadena | 4 star hotelfrom $189
- Too Much Light in Room At Night
- Very Nice
- Needs Work
303 East Cordova Street, Pasadena | 3 star hotelfrom $170
- Priceline not honored
- Low-rise/Great hotel
- Mediocre at Best
1401 South Oak Knoll Ave, Pasadena | 4 star hotelfrom $265
- Hotel in beautiful Grounds
- Wonderful Wedding Weekend!
- Miserable experience
168 South Los Robles Avenue, Pasadena | 4 star hotelfrom $144
3500 East Colorado Blvd, Pasadena | 2 star hotelfrom $130
2156 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena | 2 star hotelfrom $92
3321 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena | 1 star hotelfrom $103
400 South Arroyo Parkway, Pasadena | 2 star hotelfrom $111
1203 East Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena | 2 star hotelfrom $102
2462 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena | 2 star hotelfrom $112
350 Del Mar, Pasadena | Hotelfrom $118
1633 East Colorado Blvd., Pasadena | Hotelfrom $85
- A budget motel deserving of a good review..
- Stay there all the time
- Stay there a lot and like it!
2767 East Colorado Blvd., Pasadena | Hotelfrom $33
3800 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena | 2 star hotelfrom $69