The Inn at 657
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews The Inn at 657 Los Angeles
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We left Melbourne early this morning flying through the day to LA. The flight was long and uneventful, and we arrived having not slept much.
It took a long time to organise the pick up of the hire car, and by the time we hit the coastal road we all thought we should eat something- but no idea what sort of meal our stomachs were expecting - but most likely breakfast. We drove up the coastal road to Malibu and found a restaurant right on the beach. They were ...
... but steep walk to the bus stop. We must of missed one and the next one was twenty minutes delayed. Was it going to be those days? I made the valued point of why couldn't the bus we missed be delayed which meant would of caught that one. As I rambled on about this, to which I'm sure Maureen wasn't listening, one finally came. Lucky for us we gave ourselves time. Fourty five minutes later we arrived at the airport. We both had holiday blues bad. We headed to the check ...
... try other hostels nearby but seemed to think we’d have the same problem everywhere (helpful). NOT good news. The guy on reception rang a hostel on Hollywood boulevard (10min walk away) who said he had a room and that we could pay on AmEx so we walked up there (Hollywood boulevard is creepy in the dark! Some very strange characters). The guy on reception was a very angry man and said they didn’t take AmEx (plus the place was a sh*t hole ...
... and the Palisades Farm Market. She took us down to Ventura Beach, so that Ann could get a good feeling for the freak parade that finds its headquarters there. We asked Aunt Yvonne to see the video interview of her parents that told the story of the patriarch and matriarch of her family. Her parents have been gone for over a quarter century, and yet thanks to her son Jeff Regan and company, this amazing interview lives ...
... El Segundo, 32 years ago. I was immediately attracted to her effervescent personality, and I enjoyed her suggestions, like when we were trying to come up with a logo for our group, she suggested using the moon and stars in the logo, rather than the usual missiles and radar fighting aircraft.
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