Hampton Inn & Suites Seal Beach

2401 Seal Beach Boulevard, Seal Beach, Orange County, California, 90740, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2401 Seal Beach Boulevard, Seal Beach, is near Pacific Coast Highway - Route 1, Long Beach Waterfront, Naples Island, and California State University Long Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Seal Beach

    A journey ends and a new one begins

    A travel blog entry by cgfulltimers on Apr 28, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... office have been very nice and accommodating. We're too tired to go exploring tonight, but will hit the town tomorrow. We can't wait to go to a Del Taco and El Pollo Loco. I don't have to be at work till Monday, so we'll have a week to get to know the area. We timed our arrival perfectly traffic-wise. No problems there at all.

    A little PSA For all of my RV driving friends, do yourself a favor and buy yourself some 17.5 Michelin XTA tires if they'll ...

    Longest. Flight. Ever!

    A travel blog entry by rickandsarah on Feb 14, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... cong. Macys was our first shopping experience in the US. It's 'Presidents Day' long weekend this weekend & there are huge sales on! Some items are equivalent to aust prices but other are much cheaper. You can grab a pair of converse for $30 US! Dinner was at a local Brewery-food & beer was fantastic! We were all pretty much had it by the end of our meal so walked back to the hotel & crashed! Tomorrow we go on a 'Hollywood Tour' stay ...

    City of Angels

    A travel blog entry by bulaska on Nov 27, 2013

    11 photos

    ... in LA" and found the Laugh Factory. Every year, for 34 years now, they offer a free meal and a comedy show to anyone who wants to come. We had to wait over two hours outside in a line, but it payed off. We got a great meal and could laugh a bit as well.

    To sum up, LA turned out to be much less glamorous than my idea of it was. It's a great city, but a bit expensive and so spread out that you really need a car to get to many places.

    And they are off again

    A travel blog entry by tajarj on Oct 03, 2013


    ... good. Our fellow travelers are an interesting cross section.
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    a different ship after we return. There are couples who have
    thousands of cruise days, we are among a small group who are on our
    first “grand cruise”. The age range is quite broad, we even had
    one child on board as far as Hawaii. In general most are about 70
    years old, Tom and I are in the mid ...

    Joshua Tree and onwards to LA

    A travel blog entry by devsy2612 on Aug 07, 2013

    36 photos

    ... deserved the grand tip we gave him. We decided not to follow his advised donation(see attached picture) and we awarded him nil point. Next a wander down the Walk of Fame where we were surprised to read that the stars (not entirely sure what Donald Trump's contribution to Hollywood was) to the Hard Rock Cafe on Hollywood Boulevard. Fabulous food and local guy playing acoustic guitar on the stage. He played some apt songs for our journey so far, Take it Easy, Ring of Fire. ...