Value Inn Worldwide
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Value Inn Worldwide Inglewood
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... the largest in the state of California. The festival organizers were so excited to have our tour (Eppa Sangria Tour) there that they've built the beer tent around our trailer! Pretty big deal!
Once we got the trailer all set up, as we were leaving, the dog show began. So we stopped to take in some of it, and boy am I ever glad we did! It was hilarious! Each year there is a theme to the dog show and this year's theme was Western ...
... from the Inn was a strange dwelling with two old fashioned caravans inside on first floor, one way to keep the trailer trash at home I guess.
Food and service only average and then they brought out a large dessert allegedly because they heard there was a birthday at our table. Quick thinking by Ann moved to it on to another table who had one due in a few weeks. She must have been aware of the scam because ...
... view up the top and when we got off Jake tried to convince me to go on the roller coaster , I told hi. I wanted to keep my lunch so he braved it alone, think it was pretty good for a small roller coaster , definitely more tame then the ones we will be on in two weeks, we bought the photo of Jake on the ride, his face was priceless. when we were walking out of Pacific Park we got stopped by these journalists / conspiracy theorists documentary people ...
... of the entertainment industry. We managed to find a scenic point from where we had a picture-perfect view of the sign. The point is located on the corner of Canyon Lake Drive and Mullholland Highway.
Then we went back to the city and walked along the Hollywood Boulevard, home to the Hollywod Walk of Fame, which is probably the most well-known attraction of the entire city and the highlight of every touristīs visit to Los Angeles. The Hollywood Walk of Fame, which ...
... I feel like a deer in headlights. I’m used to Catholic masses, where the priest speaks in Latin, and no one knows what he’s saying. Catholic members are quiet, and either sit or kneel on a padded knee support. It’s difficult for me to stay awake during a Catholic mass – but quite the opposite here.
After the minister finishes his sermon, he introduces the choir. The members enter through two back doors ...