The Inn at 657

657 & 663 W. 23rd Street, Los Angeles, California, 90007, United States | Inn
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A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak


... we were searching for a motel late. How lucky when we came to Rockaway beach we happened upon the Seahaven Motel which was a family run old style very quaint 8 cottage motel with all the trimmings of a home away from home. It had a kitchenette, stocked with utensils and we were also supplied with basics like tea, coffee,milk, popcorn and snacks. Pets were catered for too and even a dog bowl and doggie biscuits! Wow so cosy. So off to the deli to get eggs and ...

Australia, East Coast

A travel blog entry by bruceandtara

... the effort to get to. That afternoon we continued our final 210km's to Frankston to stay with old family friends, Margaret & Peter Bush. They had left South Africa in the late 90's and have done very well for themselves since arriving in Australia. I remember as a kid going to their house in Durban for Christmas Eve dinner and having a full slap up meal to help start the holiday festivities. We were to spend 2 nights with them and got to enjoy "Pete's Pub" which Peter ...

What a day at Universal Studios!

A travel blog entry by patson


After a good night's sleep, we were off early to Universal Studios. Thank goodness we had front of line passes because the lines were massive all day. Some rides had a waiting time of up to 90 minutes. The first tour we went on was the Studio Tour. We saw King Kong in 3D, went inside a sound stage and experienced an earthquake. Mummy liked going down Wisteria Lane because that was the set of Desperate Housewives. After that we went on the Simpson's ride. On the Simpson's ride ...

The family reunited!

A travel blog entry by carolynscreen


... we went for a walk to the nearby Rodeo Drive, but unfortunately we didn't sight any celebrities. We then went to a local outdoor shopping mall, where they have really gone over the top with the Christmas decorations, with a 100+ foot tree. Just about every surface had lights and ...

Jet Lagged

A travel blog entry by glennieboy8120


... stars live. We waited on the corner at the bus stop for our bus that would take us to Hollywood Blvd. And as cars drove by everyone inside was looking at us like we were foreigners - we got more strange looks in Inglewood Los Angeles than we got in all of China or Japan. I'm guessing that not many white people catch a bus at that corner. Our bus finally ...

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This inn, located in the Downtown/Wilshire area of Los Angeles, is near Staples Center, Nokia Theatre, City Hall, and University of Southern California.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Inn at 657 Los Angeles

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding