Hampton Inn Los Angeles / Arcadia / Pasadena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Arcadia
... bloom as it is summer here. The city's districts are well integrated with old and new architecture as well as lots of green space interspersed in the various neighborhoods. We then took some time to explore George Street which is a major thoroughfare and in the center of the business district, We returned to our hotel in time to spend some ...
... which made it feel rather weird in the park, a bit like a ghost town.
We rode all the major coasters -
X2, where each carriage actually also spins individually whilst going around the coaster(one of my favourites and the one I screamed the most on)
Viper, you are turned upside down 7 times, it was like the thunderbolt and corkscrew in one Tatsu, you are harnessed in and then the carriage turns so you face the ground and your back ...
... in history. It has been less than 25 years since President Reagan passed away, however, his current status in popular culture remains strong as was evidenced by the crowded museum.
I have heard David McCullough explain that knowledge of our country's history is sorely lacking, and that many of our best universities do not even have a requirement of history classes to graduate. I applaud the number of ...
... street to see if we can spot any movie stars out jogging. There are plenty of joggers, but no one we recognize.
We pass through Beverly Hills and discover beautiful Greystone Park, where a swanky event is in process with young, glamorous people dressed to kill quaffing champagne and canapés. It’s ...
... Hard not to be happy here.
Now on to Interstate 5 for the trek up to Hollywood. Goodness gracious, how do people live with this constant traffic? It’s stop-and-go most of the way. You get a stretch that’s moving, and then all of a sudden you have to slam on your brakes. Crazy. It took us about 3 hours to drive 110 miles.
Mark had booked us into the Magic Castle Hotel right in Hollywood. We weren’t sure what we ...