Bonnie Lee Inn

Address: 543 Broad Avenue, Los Angeles, California, 90744, United States | Inn
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Whenever You Would Want Restroom Trailers

A travel blog entry by pondbee1 on Dec 09, 2014

... You neither desire to rent too few nor too many. The vendor of your facilities will help you discover just how many you will require which means that your guests will not need to wait. These are the basic ideal solution for wedding guests who can be attending an outdoors wedding. Whenever people are decked out with their best clothes, they bristle at the very thought of needing to squeeze into a small portable potty because ...

Days 1-5

A travel blog entry by meganop on Oct 31, 2014

17 photos

... cream. The Aussie steak house. Full of non Australian food with g'day and bbq written over the menu. But the best chillie cheese fries ever! Gluten free Thai satay pizza. Tasted like stir fry but American. Eating pizza for lunch and dinner on the same day. Food lowlights Filthy nachos on the first night. Eating French fries for breakfast Sunday morning. Bad gluten free lead. French fries count: 5 serves Souvenirs Too many t-shirts. Lots of postcards ...

Leaving Vegas for Los Angeles

A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Oct 11, 2014

20 photos

... power points from all the countries we have visited, so all we do is make sure before we left home that all our electrical stuff we brought from home was 110 – 240 volts then we just plug them into the power board as we would at home. He is clever sometimes… we also brought from home 3 cameras, Geoff’s big one, my camera which he bought for me for this trip and a spare for when he ...

Big Island and Oahu

A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Sep 24, 2014

5 photos

... watched the intro movie that runs every hour. starting at 9am I then did the 9:30am ranger intro talk and then the 10:30am guided ranger walk. The walk took us up the earthquake trail and to an overlook to get a good view of the crater. The earthquake trail is the old Crater Rim Drive, which was damaged in an earthquake years ago, so rather than repair it, they built the current road but the old one is available for walking.

I then drove to the Jagger Museum ...

Caifornia Adventure Park

A travel blog entry by cillapitcher on Aug 07, 2014

1 comment, 57 photos

... amazing. We went on rides involving Mater's tractor friends, and Luigi's Tyres then had photos with some Disney characters, (because you have to for a true Disney experience :) before heading to California Screamin'. This was the rollercoaster I was looking forward to most and Nomes anticipated with some trepidation. After waiting 20 or so minutes in line we climbed into the seats of doom with nervous excitement. Having little idea what to expect apart from a loop-the-loop ...