The London West Hollywood
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe London West Hollywood
Can't imagine a better place to stay while in LA. Feels like your second home.
Superb and healthy breakfast! Great staff and beautiful pool area with great views!
Lots of restaurants close by.
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The kids were starving when we got to the hotel and begged for one last iHop. There happened to be one just down the road so their last wish was fulfilled and it was pancakes, eggs and crispy bacon for whatever meal that was.
The kids then stayed at the hotel with Ben swimming and resting while I headed to a nearby outdoor mall to spend a couple of hours alone - for the first time on this trip. I am utterly exhausted but I really enjoyed ...
... from 15 stories high at 60 mph / 96 kph!! Food at Six Flags like all theme parks - fried but huge! We had fried cheese, fried chicken, fried onion rings and fried chips. Delicious. My favourite was my desert - funnel cake. It was like fried dough - doughnut with cream ice cream chocolate sauce and icing sugar. After a long thrilling day we ventured out again near our hotel along Hollywood Boulevarde. Had dinner at a nice restaurant. Tomorrow window shopping only at a Rodeo ...
... psychics, balloon twisters. It had fair-style activities, such as photo booths, games, bumper cars. There was such a great fun, carefree atmosphere around the pier. We didn't have too long to spend at the pier, as we wanted to head over to Venice beach.
We drove around Marina del Rey, a man-made marina town between Santa Monica and Venice. According to our trusty commentator, all the land in Marina del Rey is owned by the City of Los Angeles and rented out. ...
... estimates were 82% of people) were wearing some sort of Disney paraphernalia. The 'Mickey ears' were the most popular, with people wearing bedazzled forms to light-up forms. A lot of visitors also wore t-shirts, particularly matching shirts with their significant other or their family. Disney had catered to everyone in the t-shirt department- from families with 'mom', 'dad' Mickey shirts, to young lovers with t-shirts with 'soulmates' written in ...
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Sicko lunges forward, grabs the lapel of my suit jacket, and pushes me up against the wall while I protest and struggle to break free from his grip on my breast.
I rush towards the door to exit the room, but he stretches his arms out and blocks the doorway. I have a flashback where I’m in my date’s dorm room ...