Oakwood At The Village Redondo Beach
Travel Blogs from Redondo Beach
... young black American teenager took my order and grinned at me when I spoke. He replied in a strange accent trying to copy my speech. "Good day mate" he said, "are you from Australia?" I did chuckle, and corrected him that I was from England. His accent stayed the same but he replied, "sorry about that old chap" hilarious. I complimented him on his excellent accent, and he beamed with joy. I gave him the correct money and he beamed at me still, and responded "outstanding" I told him ...
... but it was nice and refreshing! (We even saw the barrier that saved Trigger’s life and stopped him falling a mile or so down a vertical cliff all those years ago ha ha!). Day two was a lot easier for us as we first drove to see the Giant Sequoia trees at Mariposa Grove. These trees are the biggest living things in the world and live for around 3000 years! After that we walked a loop of Sentinel Dome and Taft Point. Sentinel Dome was a relatively easy climb as ...
Left Pasadena this morning via a shuttle shared with Bruce,Sue,Sandy and Jeff and arrived at the wedding venue about lunch time. Very nice hotel, a notch up from our last two. Abit of a worry as we will be budget once we leave here. We are right on the beach front and for the first time since we arrived in the States I had to wear a jersey as there is a cool breeze off the sea. We ...
... even found a great parking spot and were able to walk on the Walk of Fame and take a few pictures at Hollywood and Vine. It was very busy and there were LOTS of people everywhere. Around 2:40, we went off to Griffith Park to see the observatory and an incredible view of the whole city of Los Angeles. We took lots of pictures again, then headed back to the motel for a rest, then out for ...
... br> I'd take a safe guess and say it doesn't get much more touristy than this round these parts: being perched in an open-top minibus for a tour of celebrity's homes around Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Bel-Air. We were promised a glimpse into the lives of our favourite movie stars, and, boy, did we get it. Along the way on our two hour trek we spotted Jennifer Aniston's fence, mavelled at Orlando Bloom's gate, sussed out Quentin Tarantino's ...
Other places to stay in Redondo Beach
300 N Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach | 3 star hotelfrom $144
- Loved the Crowne Plaza
- Enjoyable surroundings
- Great hotel, great location
260 Portofino Way, Redondo Beach | 3 star hotelfrom $170
- A decent hotel masquerading as a luxury hotel
- Very happy
- Mixed Reviews
400 North Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach | 3 star hotelfrom $138
- Excellent place to stay
- Lovely hotel
- A Third Return Visit
1850 South Pacific Coast Highway, Redondo Beach | 2 star hotelfrom $106
- A Nice Place to Visit
- Nicest motel in the area
- Pass on this place if you have other options
1700 South Pacific Coast Highway, Redondo Beach | 2 star hotelfrom $90
2740 Artesia Boulevard, Redondo Beach | 2 star hotelfrom $85
711 South Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach | 2 star hotelfrom $86
1935 Artesia Boulevard, Redondo Beach | Hotelfrom $76
625 South Pacific Coast Highway, Redondo Beach | 2 star hotelfrom $74