Carriage Inn Manor

Address: 248 North 1st Street, La Puente, California, 91744, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 248 North 1st Street, La Puente, is near Garment District.
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Travel Blogs from La Puente

Disneyland Holiday 2015

A travel blog entry by prestonclicks on Dec 17, 2014

This morning I woke up at 4:30 am said goodbye to the dogs and headed to the airport. As I arrived at the airport, I checked my luggage and the was off thru pre check. How ever Tsa was less that helpful as the had a hard time reading my Tsa pre on my iPhone ticket. Next paper will be used when flying out of pdx Stopped into the Alaska boardroom for ...

Sun, Sand, Skating, Scammed

A travel blog entry by blakeman on Dec 08, 2014

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... Monica Pier, we were pretty hungry but more dazzled by the Pier itself! It was stunning.





We walked a couple of minutes down to their pier, from the bus stop, and ended up at Bubba Gump Shrimp. This was a restaurant that came about after 'Forest Gump' an is Forest Gump themed. We had intentions of getting breakfast (it was about 11:30) but the lunch menu was just too good. There was one ...

Central air System Upkeep

A travel blog entry by gary88jamel on Nov 24, 2014

... Hot air from within your home streams with your furnace via a return-air duct, and is then moved by the blower across the evaporator coil in your system and then delivered throughout your vents in order to cool the house. If the air conditioning device is working but the house isn't cool, then you likely have an issue in your distribution system. Your evaporator and condenser to your central air device are sealed, which is one of the factors that a ...

Rejoining Normal Society in the US

A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock on Sep 19, 2014

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... Southern California.

Brock drove the entire time and made the trip in 38 hours straight. The only thing we stopped for was to get gas, fast food (which we ate while driving), and books on CD at Cracker Barrel. I don’t know how he did it. I offered to drive, but he never wanted me to. We knew we wanted to return to Southern California but we didn’t know where specifically we would settle. We decided we would just stay with friends for ...

Seeing an old indian tribe

A travel blog entry by zzjaidhingezz on Aug 27, 2014

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... and waiting for the others to get through, it then went straight down for at least a good 150m, then to make It even more difficult, the bottom was a dried out river bed and was made of clay and gravel but wasn’t too bad.

Kept driving on and got to an American Indian tribal area they controlled the area that we were driving through but they didn’t seem to mind about that. They gave us a welcoming dance, they prayed for us ...

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