Vagabond Inn Convention Center Long Beach

Address: 150 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach, California, 90802, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 150 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach, is near Shoreline Village, Long Beach Arena, Museum of Latin American Art, and The Terrace Theater.
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    1st day, Universal studios

    A travel blog entry by akroundtheworld on Nov 18, 2014

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    Took hotel shuttle to universal studios, warm and sunny. Relived our youth. Went on all rides, even scary ones, minimal queues. Enjoyed studio tour, saw psycho, Jaws, Jurassic park, set town scenes. Did Simpsons ride, Minions, shrek, revenge of the mummy, still building Harry Potter, transformers, water world show, very spectacular, loved it. Great views of the hills and valley, enormous. Returned to hotel ...

    Universal Studios

    A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... which might be built of ply and painted to look like a building or have a more substantial facade of composites, including foam. For instance, we see the plaza and building featured in the "Back to the Future" movies and the guide tells us that the facade of the building had become so recognizable it was unable to be used in other movies so they had to modify using foam to cover the pillars which are now painted to look like brickwork- amazing!

    We see the Jaws town ...

    Long Beach, California

    A travel blog entry by pmnoyes on Aug 29, 2014

    ... we did hear one firetruck wailing. All the cars pulled over to the let it go by. The only loud music we heard spilled from a couple of bars we passed, but no lewd or drunken behavior.Long Beach is nice, a respectable little town that I enjoyed immensely. A real melting pot of nationalities, all living in harmony and with a lot of pride.Kudos to you, Long Beach. I can’t wait to come ...

    Day 4 Hollywood Tour

    A travel blog entry by 4597 on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... panoramic views of the coastline. End the day with a stroll along the Third Street Promenade, one of the only pedestrian streets in Los Angeles, known for dining, shopping and street performers.

    We went to the grilled place for some food, I started with the bruschetta and then got a tower of three pizzas. We got the Truffle, the Stonehouse, and the Pig Roast. The bruschetta was very ...

    My week in SoCal

    A travel blog entry by natalie.j95 on Jun 20, 2014

    ... displays and finally The Last Bookstore which is, quite frankly, the best book shop in existence. Wednesday: Disneyland! What a great place, but the best part had to be Soarin' California - it was so realistic I was gripping the handle of my seat! Thursday: tourist day #2! Venice Beach, La Brea Tar Pits and Olvera Street were on the list today. Venice was definitely interesting, but I'm glad I didn't stay there like I'd originally planned! ...