The Alexander Hotel
Travel Blogs from Los Angeles
... was his livelihood! In the train on one of the bicycles mentioned above, he had his own sound system shaped for his bike carrier - and he played in loud on the train!!! Awesome!!
* People struggling to survive - it's like there's nothing to hide - people are struggling and it's there for everyone to see and engage with. A minimum wage that isn't a living wage explains why Americans live on tips - now I get why it's so important - yet ...
... in the White House. The next day we awoke and headed to the bus stop, on route we experienced yet more 'face lickers' talking to themselves. I can only describe this as what happens in the game Grand Theft Auto. If you have ever experienced this game, then you will know when I say that the people here sound exactly as they do in the game when you are walking past them. I thought it was all made up, but they actually mutter random things and suddenly have ...
... sweet bread and so now I was also obsessing about pastry. Once we stopped, I knew green sand beaches were out. We bought three different doughnuts - one with passionfruit icing, an orange mango-flavored one, and a chocolate filled one for Kara. We later shared the mango one - it wasn't as good as the others. We went out under a gazebo to eat our doughnuts. There was a lovely strong breeze. It almost compensated...
... with him so they let a nice Latino girl who had just gone on it, go again for free, as it had to be ridden in pairs. Her Dad did not appear to have a plumbing business. We started following the oath of the park doing the roller coasters as they went and after a couple I took the kids back to the kids section to ride the rest of the rides. Lots of cute little versions of roller coasters and truck rides and a huge indoor ball pit type pavilion that uses ...
... inside the cafe as it was quite hot outside but you could see that Gerry was ready to go home so Dave walked back with Gerry & Nelson while Sylvia & I went to The Coffee Bean to get Green Tea for me. Later in the evening we went to a place called Lemonade & picked up dinner, I had Mac'n Cheese & Dave got Mexican Beef & we got 4 salads to ...
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Downtown/Wilshire, Los Angeles | 4 star hotelfrom $165
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- Terrific value
- Great Stay
- Paper thin walls, good room service
Downtown/Wilshire, Los Angeles | 4 star hotelfrom $194
- Terrible place for the high price
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- Corner Rooms have great Downtown Views!
LAX Area, Los Angeles | 3 star hotelfrom $165
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LAX Area, Los Angeles | 3 star hotelfrom $123
- Not bad, but not great either.
- Comfy and worth every Penny!
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Westchester, Los Angeles | 3 star hotelfrom $117
- Nice, Clean, and Comfortable
- Liked the Room, Hated the Intrusions
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LAX Area, Los Angeles | 3 star hotelfrom $110
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- The best pre-flight stop we have had
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LAX Area, Los Angeles | 4 star hotelfrom $124
- Okay, but not fantastic
- Worst nights sleep ever
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Westside, Los Angeles | 4 star hotelfrom $256
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Warner Center, Los Angeles | 3 star hotelfrom $124
San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles | 3 star hotelfrom $183
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- Fantastic Find
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LAX Area, Los Angeles | 3 star hotelfrom $116
- Pretty crappy, even for the low price we paid
- Decent value for a night or two...
- Fine for a night
Westside, Los Angeles | 4 star hotelfrom $289
- Totally AWESOME!
- Never Again
- The MOST comfortable beds ever!