BEST WESTERN PLUS Thousand Oaks Inn
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Thousand Oaks Inn
Travel Blogs from Thousand Oaks
... out of LA airport was incredibly straightforward taking 20 minutes in total including all the walking. Stephen got some American dollars out from the ATM and then bought some chewy so we could have change for tipping. Our transfer picked us up - a Mexican guy who did not talk much unless asked - and arrived at our accommodation just after 8am. Really pleased with our room upgrade with ocean view ...
Ever since I was little I would see the Eiffel Tower in pictures and in movies and would imagine this beautiful place with lighting up Paris. In the future once I have established my self in my career this will be the first place that I would be travelling to.
I will be staying at the Max Hotel in Paris, take tours, visit museums, theme parks and of course THEEEE EIFFEL TOWER! OH and I can't for get about the great amazing food that France has to ...
... wear 3D glasses and watch King Kong jump above you and shake the cabin whilst wrestling with a TRex all the while being squirted with water and feeling the wind… very cool. The big difference to the tour was the amount of zombies installed around the place, just in time for Halloween and an experience you pay for the pleasure of being scared out of your skin after dark. Not really for us or me at least. Zombies are scary and add darkness and creepy people ...
... walking around the shops and parks, and of course the beaches. Found some cute little independent shops as well as huge stores like Bloomingdales and Nordstrom - had to exercise some serious control there! The beaches in Santa Monica are just as I had imagined; miles long and also really wide, the softest sand ever, with lifeguard huts pitched along the front. Loads of people swimming and sunbathing. We had three full days there and ...
... only" package but haven't seen the bill yet so I have no idea if I have to mortgage my home to pay it. I used the phone a lot to email and take pictures and look up info on the internet.
The taxi ride to Jerusalem . . One of the towns we passed was Modi'in. Ironically, I had recently seen a piece on 60 Minutes about the Israeli architect Moshe Safdie, who designed what is much of modern day Modi'in. As we continued driving (and ...