Staybridge Suites Chatsworth

21902 Lassen St., Los Angeles, California, 91311, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the North Valley area of Los Angeles, is near Old Trapper's Lodge, Work Boot Warehouse, Canoga-Owensmouth Historical Museum, and Pierce College.
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    Travel Blogs from Los Angeles

    Fake it 'til you make it

    A travel blog entry by swandawg on Aug 28, 2014

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    ... like you're supposed to be there then nobody says anything! We stood around and watched the monitors, drank the free beer and watched them do some filming. It was pretty cool. I was surprised nobody said anything to us, we must have looked convincing. You really can fake it until you make it in this town.

    Oh and I almost forgot! Jinny's car got fixed so we've been doing some driving around with the top down. It surely is the only way to get around LA!
    ...

    Day 5 The beach tour of Los Angeles

    A travel blog entry by 4597 on Aug 21, 2014

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    I got up at 7.30am to get ready to go on the tour around Hollywood So I had breakfast then I got a taxi to the Hollywood walk of fame. We took our first bus around 9:00 AM, this was the red route.

    The red route hit a lot places on Sunset and they have a recorded tour that you can listen to explaining all of the sights and history from the bus. They supply the head phones also. On some of the other StarLiine tours they had ...

    It's always sunny in Los Angeles

    A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Aug 15, 2014

    33 photos

    After spending so many nights in the woods, oddly enough it was our final night in the tent that proved the scariest. We managed to leave bear country unscathed only to run into another mountain beast. We woke at 3 am to a very loud, very horrifying screaming sound. The sound came from within our campsite, and continued for a few minutes with evenly spaced apart screechy roars. I had heard this sound before, and I worried that it was probably a mountain lion. Too afraid ...

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    A travel blog entry by colediego21 on Jul 10, 2014

    ... reputable company naturally. Safe practices Is offered 1st Workforce should always costume towards work at hand. They will not be required to perform a job opportunity with out the rectify safety and work items. As an recruiter it may be your responsibility to make sure that they have got the most ideal clothing and resources to do the job productively. This means that furnishing uniforms or workwear that specially designed for ...

    Some Facts about Guatemala

    A travel blog entry by babamissesyou on Jun 19, 2014

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    ABOUT GUATEMALA

    THE PEOPLE

    Guatemala's culture is a unique combination of Mayan practices and Spanish colonial heritage. Approximately fifty percent of the population is mestizo (a mix of Amerindian and Spanish, called Ladino by the people of Guatemala). The remainder of the population identifies with European, K’iche, Kaqchikel, Mam, Q’eqchi, or other Mayan and non-Mayan groups.

    The vast diversity of ethnicities results in nearly ...