Ocean Park Inn

Address: 2452 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica, California, 90405, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Venice area of Santa Monica, is near Legends Beach Bike Tours, California Heritage Museum, International Chess Park, and Mary Hotchkiss Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Monica

    Exploring Hollywood Part 1

    A travel blog entry by bhogg96 on Apr 01, 2015

    ... lunch then carries on. so for two hours shopping what would take us half an hour to get to it takes 8 hours..
    Today was about 25c and tonight it is freezing and about 14c.
    We just made it back for the sunset and are enjoying our last night looking at the lights on the Santa Monica pier rides. Fire engines fly past, police cars its full of action on the street with lots of tourists and teenagers as it is their Spring break time.


    Santa Monica - Venice Beach

    A travel blog entry by andytolley on Mar 20, 2015

    ... nice boardwalk, lots of cool places inland on the way down to Venice on the left and beautiful ocean views to the right. Lots of eccentric characters on the way and lots of home homeless people on the grass verges that separate the boardwalk from the beach.
    Venice is very trendy and we were happy to arrive and see the impressive street art, the pier and the skatepark (I love skateboarding and the park is a colossus in the skateboarding ...

    Malibu and soak

    A travel blog entry by steveandange on Nov 25, 2014

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    ... would have been fine if the wide shoulder wasn't exclusively used as a car park for the surfers and beachside residents. We had to anticipate the opening of car doors, whilst at the same time try and avoid the incessant passing traffic. Steve's mirror was coming in very handy. We hadn't realised what a dangerous stretch of road this was until various cyclists reassured us that it was the toughest section of all of the PCH. There were also quite a few tricky hills to get over. ...


    A travel blog entry by lukebillinge on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... Afterwards I headed home and spent the evening sorting my bags, ordered dominos pizza to the room and went to sleep. Up at 7am I slept a bit better, said farewell to Alex and walked to hop on the bus to Las Vegas! Here I would meet up with Cal who is a close friend from home but lives in Texas and Smithy who is coming from England! They are meeting me for a holiday so it'll be great to see them! 5 hour bus ride, full of excitement for the ...

    End of the line - Goodbye to Route 66!

    A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... anywhere, no windows to the outside world, and exits that are very hard to find. I think a lot of canny planning has gone into making these casinos very hard to leave, so it wouldn't surprise me at all if some of these players had indeed been out all night. That side of Vegas is perhaps not for us – we like bed far too much for that, and the Wynn bed was both enormous and terribly comfortable, so our body clocks were always going to send us bed-wards at some ...