Prince Inn

Address: 830 Puente Avenue, La Puente, California, 91746, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 830 Puente Avenue, La Puente, is near Garment District.
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Travel Blogs from La Puente

Downtown Disney

A travel blog entry by skaiiskaiiskaii on Sep 07, 2015

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... House of Blues. There was nothing on the menu for me to eat so I had to have pasta from the kids menu. Jake, however, was in his element: he went for the full rack of ribs. It was spicier than he had anticipated, but scraped most of the sauce off. These were the 'best ribs he's had so far' though, so they must have been good. My food, however, was horrible. After a couple of pints and finishing our food, we headed back through ...

Friday 28/8 - Santa Monica

A travel blog entry by strife-13 on Aug 29, 2015

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... with my Uniqlo heat resistant top. I kept my eyes peeled for Matthew McConaughay driving past without his shirt on. Because that's why we are here. I also had to put my face on and avoid eye contact with the homeless weirdos. It's really hard to do all those things at the same time. According to my sister, the homeless are either drug addicts or mentally ill. There are a lot of them and many hassle you for money if you don't have ...

Memorial Day weekend

A travel blog entry by mckpct on May 23, 2015

... parks to be inspired, but all they find is overpopulated day trails, backed up lines of cars, trash that shouldn't be burned in the fire, wildlife that gets spoiled by leftovers, dookie paper littered around areas. I just wonder about more we all can be doing to raise awareness to this madness. So many people are concerned about the environment, but they ...

Of mountains and desert

A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Apr 20, 2015

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... but with a new freshness. We night hiked the first day, walking through a closed down ski resort, and walking past the distant lights of the LA area, miles away and below. I found myself atop Mount Baden-Powell the next day, a hard 9,400 ft mountain with unforgiving switch backs on the way up. It was the first time yet on trail where snow slightly got in the way and we had to make our own path. As I neared the top I was joined by a few friendly faces I ...

Mountains and the Beach

A travel blog entry by ryan_avery on Mar 08, 2015

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... hollywood films, and tv shows. The donuts were incredible! Filled up on sugar, we headed to Santa Monica for the day. We explored the beach, the famous pier, and the shops dotting the bluff. It was really fun to walk around and see all the interesting people they had there as well. It was really busy because it was about 85 degrees and was the start to Spring Break season for a lot of colleges, so the tourists were bountiful (which would normally bother me, ...