Hilton Los Angeles / San Gabriel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Los Angeles / San Gabriel
Travel Blogs from San Gabriel
I wasn't going to mention the flight to LA but there are some things I feel I really need to share with you all. The inflight menu says all meals are prepared by Luke Mangan but I didn't see him once on the flight. Then I guess he is cooking for 300 people he's going to be pretty busy. Then again I don't know what he looks like either so I may have seen him when I think about it. The other thing that I'm really proud ...
... away from the dining hall and shared- bathroom life, which I'm sure is going to be a bit of a change, but one I am excited for! I will be sharing the apartment with one other person- I don't know who it will be yet, or even if they will be another international student, but its all part of the adventure.
I don't yet know anyone in Canberra, although Claire and Kylie are in Sydney and two of my awesome co workers from last summer as well ...
... candy store" moment with so much creativity expressed to entice and excite both paying and oggling customers. A mini Disneyworld or Universal adventure in this curious location. One should be careful what one says on this subject now because It would be terrible to raise the ire of a corporation. The folks of Whimsic Alley have had to slay dragons before, you see. They were once sued by Warner Brothers for copyright infringement. The Whimsic dragon slayers won the battle ...
More fun to be had in the City of Angels.
- Rosemary's Baby at Hollywood Forever Cemetery with Adi
- Bronco games at Mo's
- First snowfall at Mammoth
- Quick trip to Mexico City and the pyramids at Teotihuacan
- Off to London
- Thanksgiving at Gab's
- Church at the African Methodist Episcopal with the Friarsons
- Xmas in Mexico
... myself. A few people told me that LA is very overrated, I met many American tourists in Germany and they said the same. I must say I disagree, I think LA is great, there is so much to do (maybe not tourist wise) but it's not a place you would get bored if you lived here. My cousin's house is located on the outskirts of LA, it's a quiet suburban town called Agoura Hills. In many ways I've had the best of both worlds, I get to explore LA and come back to suburbia and ...