The Varden Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of The Varden Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews The Varden Hotel Long Beach
Travel Blogs from Long Beach
... to look for. The whales would come up to breath 7 times then go down to feed for about 6 mins then start the process again.
We saw lots of Sea Lions which are quite different to seals as we found out today. Seals cannot pull themselves up onto things. The Sea Lions we saw today were quite cheeky and even saw a few that had made themselves at home on peoples boats.
We followed the ...
... Adam, Nicole and Sabrina. I was so happy to see Adam Parsons and glad Terri was in the judge panel too as she always smiles and has a friendly face. Ballet barre was a challenge as we were with so many people. Can't remember exactly but it was about four or even five people on one side of the barre. I was a bit wobbly as it was a slippery wooden floor instead of markey and would have totally been better if I would've take more ballet classes the past year. Nothing I can change ...
... of websites.
Because local SE results is still in the act to be designed, you've a unique option as a real estate buyer to capitalize with this tendency and position oneself to succeed beforehand. Mixing superior content in your firm website, with good links from different pages and determined with strong profiles around the company sites can really provide you with the advantage you have to master your neighborhood search engine ...
... pretty dirty inside, soft drink sticky in a few places. At the exit gate the lady guard asked if we were happy with everything on the inside - we advised 'It's a bit grubby' - she replied 'Thank you, drive on through' waving me out. Right, chalk that up to my assertiveness failure coupled with her lack of interest.
First stop was Wal-Mart at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Crenshaw Blvd in LA to try and get the ...
... Clearwater Revival (Born On The Bayou) as I pull off Interstate 17 to cut through the desert towards the Yucca Valley. Los Angeles is still 500 miles (800 km) away but I could make it there today.
My friend Clive, who has just completed an epic road trip from London to Sydney, Australia, on his motorcycle, has flown into LA on his way back after 9 months (!) on the road. I look forward to catching up with him. But first ...