Cedar Creek Inn -- Brea

Address: 401 Wildcat Way, Brea, Orange County, California, 92821, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 401 Wildcat Way, Brea, is near Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace.
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Travel Blogs from Brea

The Folks Are in Town

A travel blog entry by ryan_avery on Mar 29, 2015

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... where our parents dropped us off for class. Our teacher was Mr. Rob Kirbyson, an award winning director, who talked about the pre-production process of making a film. He was really great to learn from and his passion was evident in the way he spoke about his craft. After class we headed back to PCC for yet another episode of Sherlock before bedtime.

Friday: On Friday I wrote my reflection paper in the morning before ...

USA - Los Angeles & surrounding areas

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 20, 2014

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... it took us 2 hours to get from Santa Margarita to Downtown Los Angeles.

Our first point of interest was Hollywood Sign. Hollywood, which by now represented not just a city, but also an industry, a lifestyle and, increasingly, an aspiration, was officially crowned when the “Hollywoodland” sign was erected in 1923. Today itīs a landmark and American icon overlooking Los Angeles from Hollywood Hills. Last but not least itīs also considered to be the ...

Exploring Anaheim

A travel blog entry by nomesjp on Aug 04, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... br> Eventually we crossed the wide road to a small Mexican cafe where we bought tacos for tea and took them back to the tables by the pool at our hotel to eat. Cill decided to try out a green salsa which set my mouth on fire and made me down half my 'hibiscus flower' drink to douse the flames! I was pretty tired and my legs were aching something fierce so we did the readings and headed to bed. Looking forward to a sleep in then exploring Downtown Disney tomorrow! ...


A travel blog entry by jennyusa on Jul 12, 2014

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Today we took a drive down to Dana Point (half way to San Diego) and back along the Pacific Coast Highway to Laguna Beach, then inland through Laguna Canyon. Dana Point was a relatively quiet town with multi million dollar homes along the beach. New house blocks start from $3 million, with waterfront block from $6 million. Whales and sea lions were just off the beach. We didn't stop in Laguna Beach as it seems everyone from LA ...

Aahh, a day to play!

A travel blog entry by sasntwins on Jun 18, 2014

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... enough to wear Rockies gear--they were not very well received! Nobody was hungry or thirsty so we didn't have our usual stadium beer nor did we munch on the kettlecorn and peanuts that I'd brought. That's ok, it still turned out to be a GREAT game! As the 8th inning approached we could feel the buzz in the stadium and decided to stay on to see if the pitcher could pull off the no-hitter that he had going. We walked the ...