Residence Inn Los Angeles Westlake Village
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Los Angeles Westlake Village
Travel Blogs from Westlake Village
Book Prompt: Explain the principle of favorability. Do you think it exists?
The book refers to something called the "principle of favorability," or beginner's luck. I think that sometimes people who are new at something manage to win against people who are experienced at that thing, and people will say "Oh, it's just ...
... br> Website Ads
There are a few new blogging sites that do not also allow you to place your own advertisements in your own content. These sites are ones that personally, I would avoid. Sites like Squidoo and Hubpages give you a profit share and it's a "set it and forget it" condition that makes it easy to blog and allow your profits to move in automatically. Currently naturally on EzineArticles you cannot ...
Today was our second day at Disneyland - this time at the new California Adventure Park.
We were really surprised to find that it was completely different then Disneyland - no Disney themed look at all. The whole place was flipping amazing - large, spectacular and nothing but the best! There were different themed areas like Cars, Bugs Life, Monsters Inc - lots of Pixar movie themes. Went and booked a Fastpass ticket for the most ...
... re board after about 20 minutes. Once we were on board again the plane was having issues with its navigation equipment. So we ended up sitting on the Tarmac for 2 hours while that was fixed. It was hot and very uncomfortable. Finally we took off and it was the beginning of a long 12 hour flight. I found the flight extremely uncomfortable. The most interesting thing was a family of Amish people who live in Melbourne now and ...
... town that had been swallowed up by the sprawl of Los Angeles. We drove through many stop lights, stopping at most of them it seemed, but we were doing better time than if we were in the middle of L.A. at rush hour, or any other time of day for that matter. The main thing was that we still on Route 66 (as indicated by the originator of our hand drawn, maps which was not necessarily that indicated by the Route 66 shields on lamp posts).
Turning south, ...