Motel 6 Bell Gardens
Travel Blogs from Bell Gardens
... of riding through all those lights and then turning around to get to Mainfreight in Compton through peak traffic was not appealing and we all decided we would complete that portion by bus, on a tour.
We caught up with Aussie's - Liz and Morrie and they were heading tnto the same hotel as us for a couple of days.
We had numerous phone calls from the insurance company. The assessor has been out to Mainfreight so that part is finished.
... lived in leafy, tranquil and suburban Sherman Oaks, a middle class area, ethnically diverse, quiet and pleasant. It was home for about 10 years. I worked further north in the Hispanic centric city of San Fernando and had a few years of quite extraordinary happiness, both professionally and personally. In this, one of my last blogs from here, I decided to look back and reflect on the life that was and the life that still awaits. I left a ...
... very unfortunate because, despite Watergate and his other shortcomings, there's a LOT of history here, and people should be learning this history.
Neither one of us had, until we had walked the grounds, known that the Library was situated on the site where the president had been born, and where he and his wife Pat had been interred. This made the Library that much more intimate and personal to us.
... back to the hostel soon after, these Greek guys we met wouldn't let me leave without doing a shot with them first, basteds! ha. Really nice guys though. Went home and watched a bit of TV, text Katy (the girl I'd just met) apologising for not playing this evening but perhaps another time? I also mentioned she's hot and I loved her hat. The charmer that I am... Sometimes. Went to bed.
Weather was a bit cooler today but again, lovely and sunny. ...
... 8217;ve done the wine tastings on Princess before and I have never been to one so crowded--including the free ones they used to offer (this one was $9.50).
As I mentioned before due to the windy/cool weather there was lots of seating options for outside but fewer choices for indoors, so I bundled up and sat on our balcony the rest of the afternoon. This was one of ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed