Shelter Hotels Los Angeles
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Shelter Hotels Los Angeles
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Shelter Hotels Los Angeles
Travel Blogs from Los Angeles
... for petrol thing but at USD$2.9/gal (about AUD$ 0.80 a litre) Angus is happy to do whatever it takes. So to fill was only $40 from empty.
From here in Long Beach the suburbs seem to go inland forever. Soon after Highland ...
... vision, another dream - this time, those of Simon 'Sam' Rodia, an Italian immigrant who spent 30 odd years creating his dream... Incongruous in the landscape, The Watts Towers installation consists of seventeen major sculptures constructed of structural steel and covered with mortar, adorned with a diverse mosaic of broken glass, sea shells, generic pottery and tile, a rare piece of 19th-century, hand painted Canton ware and many pieces of 20th-century ...
... with the smell theme of this blog, my stop at 99 Ranch Market was also smell-friendly! Sarah was making delicious Thai curry, but couldn't get a hold of thai basil and kaffir lemon leaves. I headed up to Van Nuys and walked into 99 Ranch Market. It was amazing that again, even though I was 3,500 miles away from home, 99 ranch market smells the exact same as it does at home! It immediately brought back memories of going to markets like ...
... load up and head off towards our hotel. As we leave the lot we're a little concerned as Fanny, our trusty satnav unit, hasn't yet managed to pick up satellites so isn't giving us any directions, thankfully a few minutes later she finds a satellite so we programme her and off we go.
We find our hotel, The Sunburst Spa & Suites, in Culver City fairly easily, check-in and quickly hit the sack as by this time it's about 11pm and we are shattered!
... poverty until we reached places like India or Cambodia, I never thought we'd see it in the suburbs of Chicago or New York. Even tiny places like Jamestown have people living on the streets.
For me the best part of America is it's national parks. Yosemite, Monument Valley, Sequoia, Big Sur, Grand Canyon. All National Parks. The word 'park' doesn't seem a grand enough name to justify the beauty of these ...