Motel 6 Bell Gardens
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... he went out for dinner ordered a calamari starter which he felt was big enough to be a main (shared in the end but not all eaten), followed by an 18oz NY Steak!!!!!!!!!!! queue dying man as he came through the door later that evening.
So, tomorrow is the last day. Predicted weather of 37C and we leave the apartment at 5pm to head into the airport. Good times all around.
... Rodeo Drive, Sunset Strip, Hollywood Bowl, Mulholland Drive, Hollywood Hills and of course Beverley Hills were all in the mix. I can't count the number of celebrity mansions we saw but not a celebrity in sight. Personally we thought Hollywood looks a bit tired and wasn't quite what we expected.
After the tour we drove to Santa Monica and Venice Beach. Very busy, full of locals and tourists. We had planned to hire a bike ...
... was quite busy. I saw the asian guy called John and found out he was actually from Australia just like Cameron. He was strumming the guitar for a bit which sounded great. I also saw the other guy from yesterday and found out his name is Dave and he is from New Zealand. Then Patrick checked in, a cute guy from Switzerland. And then the guy I saw at the supermarket walked in.. Haaha we both recognised each other instantly which was funny and we had a long chat. Ate some edamame beans ...
... your master bedroom, keep in mind that the bedroom is an area for pleasure and calmness. Vibrant hues, like pinks and purples, tend not to produce feelings of rest. As an alternative, try to stick to more fairly neutral colors, like beiges, whites, grays and light-weight browns. In case you have a popular piece of art, you might want to make use of it as the point of interest of the place. Using this method, it will bring the most focus. Pick your ...
... her Eurotrip in July!! Joey, Emily and I then enjoyed one last day in the extraordinary Vegas culture before also the three of us split up on Friday. Joey was going to drive home from Vegas to Edmonton which would take him two days, while Emily and I headed to even higher temperatures in Phoenix. The past week had been a crazy couple of days and sad goodbyes as well as fantastic hellos. I have now said goodbye to all my Boston College friends who are currently travelling to all ...