Travel Inn Pasadena
Travel Blogs from Pasadena
... sleet and snow flurries, nothing serious but we would have rather not had to drive through it. The rest of the drive was just gorgeous, that is the weather was gorgeous and so was the scenery!
We left here around 6:30 in the morning and arrived in Pasadena around 1 our time but 12 in Cali, so we were a bit early as check in was at 3. As we arrived at our pre-arranged accommodations, two beautiful peacocks were waiting for us! Nice ...
... to have lunch there.
Mel’s had good food and plenty of Hollywood atmosphere. Plus the food was hitting the spot for our crabby kids. Not sure the kids are really digging the town. They like the hotel, but Hollywood seems dirty. So many people, traffic, etc., not uncommon in a big city. We noticed that even the highway signs are dingy. Probably all of the smog. We have two neat-freak kids (wonder who they get that from?), so they're ...
... the sunset once more. The California sunset was gorgeous. On the right of us, the sun was settling in behind the mountain, and above it was a light blue to navy blue gradient. On the left, that gradient turned into a pink and purple mix.
We visited Evie’s Uncle Matt on our way to Pasadena. He too had a dog and two cats; I’m starting to think that Evie secretly planned all of these animal trips just for me :P One of our first shocking things ...
... and no one came to sit in seat number three. So, we were able to spread out a bit.
Sam was a bit tense when it came time to take off, so I helped set her mind at ease by telling her stories about technical things such as how the wing flaps while in the air and how you can see through the wing when the flaps are down. It didn't help. Some people just don't want to be helped.
The flight was 14 ...
... I noticed a sign to Elysian Fields park off to the right. The park has some great climbs in, lush grass and baseball diamonds for the Little League. One other runner waved as he headed out, and a student looking out over the city waved hello from his hilltop spot as a dog walker drove by, dogs ears waving excitedly from the window. "I like your office!" I should have said to the student, but thought of it too late. It was nearly under 30 minutes ...
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