Valley Inn & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews Valley Inn & Conference Center Los Angeles
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... Santa Monica but I guess a good back up plan would be a place similar to the Greystone Mansion. After we got our fix of the rich it was time to get our fix of the famous and head 25 minutes down the road to good ol’ Hollywood. We started out at the Old Chinese theater and were surrounded by a few hundred Asian people taking selfies (with selfie sticks) in front of it (so we felt inclined to do the same except with our old fashion ...
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The ship also shows movies in the theatre which interests Margaret, if not Robert. Many of them, Margaret has seen but she has caught up with "The Theory of Everything" and "St Vincent" which she missed at home.
... a few bottles. It wonderful to sit on the balcony and watch the ocean go by? Very relaxing way to spend some time. We have been to Maui before. One of the things we did before was to drive the road to Hana. Except, we called it the road to hell. Today we actually were on a part of the Hana highway! Brought back memories. We've since left Hawaii on our way to Los Angeles, California on April 6th. The cruise back across the pacific has been ...
... allowed through to collect our luggage - and we hit our next delay. It was awesome that we were allowed to check-in so early in Sydney, but this seemed to ensure that our bags were next-to-last off the plane. With a 130-seat plane, this is generally okay - but it means a reasonable delay for a 500-seat aircraft! The last hurdle to pass was the "Do you have any food, etc. etc?" man - and he didn't seem at all concerned by us. So - we were through and into the ...
... was happy hour in there. Parking up and popping in for a menu for our table outside on the sidewalk of sunset strip. The menu looked more poncey than pikey; as the waiter took so long to come out we got up and moved on. Heading into the sunset on sunset strip was spectacular, being overtaken by a Rastas bus was hilarious with the all too familiar whiffs floating by. A big biker indicated where our next pit stop was to be, at the western style 'Saddle Ranch'. So riding on ...