Ramada Ontario

Address: 1841 East G Street, Ontario, California, 91764, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1841 East G Street, Ontario, is near Ontario Mills and Graber Olive House.
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    Last Blog for our trip - Los Angeles

    A travel blog entry by reevefamily on Oct 12, 2014

    1 comment

    ... our travel agent (ups Flight Centre Pukekohe) they had things sorted for us and we moved in to our kids suite the next day. Wednesday we hit California Adventures, the kids first experience of anything Disney. We were pretty excited too as we hadn't been to the new park either. And it didn't disappoint! We loved all the rides, especially the cars ride (huge line though) and the log flume type ride (cant remember the name of it). The parade was cool - really ...

    Venice Beach, Hollywood hills, Rodeo Drive

    A travel blog entry by travel_coats on Sep 27, 2014

    ... the bike path. All along the walk way were stalls and people performing. We stopped off at a few. Then stopped off at "Muscle Beach" which is an outdoor weights and equipment. Was a couple of guys there working out but seemed a bit weird. We also stopped off at an area of basketball courts where some guys were playing. We then headed back on the bikes back to where we began.
    Gav then wanted to check out "Golds Gym" which ...

    Disney - woot!

    A travel blog entry by misneach on Sep 08, 2014

    Today we explored the Disneyland park.
    Started out with California Adventure - and we wondered around enjoying the commitment to the experience. As with Megan's last visit it was a gentle reminder that yes, these parks whilst able to be enjoyed by adults, they really are for families to go to! Lots of little kiddy rides and experiences. But, still the atmosphere is pretty spectacular.
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    Coping with sleep problems effectively

    A travel blog entry by myexplanat900 on Jun 14, 14

    ... such as anxiety and despair. So it's important to deal with sleep problems appropriately at the appropriate time.

    In order to get yourself a right remedy, you ought to first be identified as having a specific sleep disorder affecting the caliber of your sleep. The most typical signs of sleep disorders are daytime drowsiness, focus problems, irritability, mood swings, difficulty ...

    Disneyland

    A travel blog entry by wadhwani on Apr 11, 2014

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    ... the blood circulation into arm with her grip. Scariest ride so far : either the adult roller coaster or the Twighlight Zone. See the photo of Alex's face during the ride. 15:20. OMG. We're waiting to go on the Cars ride. Been here for 30 minutes already. Judging by the queue ahead of is I'd say it's a good hour to go yet. ...