Stardust Motel

Address: 666 E Foothill Blvd, Azusa, California, 91702, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 666 E Foothill Blvd, Azusa, is near Garment District, Swan Women Spa, Wildwood Canyon Trail, and Emigrant Wilderness.
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Travel Blogs from Azusa

Have a tramtastic day.

A travel blog entry by rebspa on Sep 28, 2014

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... using my pass. My favourite ride was The Jurassic Park flume ride. It had something like a 30 metre drop and it was fantastic. Prior to the drop at the end there was some sort of technical difficulty which meant we were stuck still in a darkened room with wild dinosaurs on the loose and flashing lights as other boats banked up behind us. When the ride ended Matilda was in tears but we discovered we could go again due to the small delay. So Darcy and I went ...

Classes, classes, more classes and pub crawl

A travel blog entry by janna.in.la on Aug 02, 2014

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... which was great, cause I love it and today I could dance it even more, cause I didn't have to think about the order of the steps. Terri was very happy to see me again. I wish I would've asked if I could film, but I also wanted to have time to enjoy the actual dancing instead of worrying to ask if I could tape and then find someone to film it for me. Guess I'll have to do it next time, when I come back to LA. Yes, will definitely have to go back to LA. I once again thanked Terri for ...

LA isn't so bad!

A travel blog entry by kwagssd3 on Jun 13, 2014

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... the clock struck 7 am, we began the hike; our group at least forty people strong.

After only a 1/10 of a mile, the leader pointed me in the direction of the Hollywood sign as they would take a less direct route and visit some of the scenic caves on the hill’s backside. With a fresh water bottle and renewed spirits, I jogged briskly up the dirt path.

Thirty minutes later I stood at the peak of the hill overlooking the city and the last ...

FIRST TIME TO AMERICA

A travel blog entry by tedji on Mar 26, 2014

... at that time.

Although I hated the long flights, I enjoyed spending my school holidays there, I got to see different people and explored little things on my own. The house was enormous (from what I can remember), It had the largest pool and I didn't have the guts to swim because I didn't know how to swim and I was scared if I would drown...Just like on the movies haha!

I went to LA and around its cities back forth for about 2-4 years. I ...

Australia, East Coast

A travel blog entry by bruceandtara on Jan 19, 2014

... points where water may have been seeping in. Our second dive was prettier than our first and I was confident this time I would get the shot! Unfortunately within 5 min of being in the water, the housing unit had fogged up too much and I was forced to return to the boat and simply continue our day trip without the hindrance of the underwater case. Now I was able to dive as deep as I dare and even came close to swimming with a reef shark and went as far as I could go before being ...