Hampton Inn Los Angeles/West Covina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from West Covina
... squirrels, came out from the underbrush and they were quite bold with the tourists. Obviously looking cute gets the food, as they would come right up to your feet and then sit up like meer cats twitching their noses. They would go right up to the parked cars and sniff around. Donna was repulsed by them, so of course they found her the most desirable of all visitors. One actually was very persistent and as Donna moved away it followed, 'chased', she maintains. The drive ...
... used to a cushy bed anymore. The whole experience was rejuvenating, for my body was starting to struggle. The next day hikers that I hadn't seen in over a week began to fill in the town. I hung out for awhile and kept delaying my departure but finally made it out of town at 4 o'clock and hiked up 3,000 feet back to the trail. I was joined by a friendly face who I had lost 2 week's earlier. The old talkative ****, Able 7. Back on trail, life continued ...
... stay in our Ford and just marvel at everything. We intentionally tried to hit red lights just for the sake of looking around. We decided that we will return, dressed in our finest attire while speaking in our "high society" voices, and walk around the most luxurious place I've every been.
Thursday night class was with Neville Kiser for the second week in a row. We talked about TV shows this time and the screenplays ...
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Angus - that spicy meat sauce at Genwa, I may never taste again but it was yum
... into Downtown Hollywood. We walked along Hollywood Blvd where we got a great view of the Hollywood sign up on the hill. As we walked further into town the stars on the sidewalk appeared and we were surprised to see one for a Bob Hawk and John Howard. Who knew that our prime ministers were such good actors.
We checked out Mann's Chinese theatre and Wade tried out his foot prints in a few of the imprints. My favourite was Leo the MGM lion. ...