Redwood Inn

Address: 975 West San Bernardino Road, Covina, California, 91722, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 975 West San Bernardino Road, Covina, is near Garment District and ATS Canyoneering Adventures.
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Top Things to Do In Christchurch

A travel blog entry by cerroorozi1 on Nov 14, 2014

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Punting on Avon River

Delight yourself to the sophisticated luxury of the English Oxbridge, where cotton-shirted, straw-hat-wearing punters glide passengers across the majestic gardens of the riverbanks. This is indisputably the best way to experience the green strands and unequalled parkland attractiveness of downtown Christchurch, where a blooming kaleidoscope of colors bursts in the spring, the dropping branches of ...

Universal Studios

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 23, 2014

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... which might be built of ply and painted to look like a building or have a more substantial facade of composites, including foam. For instance, we see the plaza and building featured in the "Back to the Future" movies and the guide tells us that the facade of the building had become so recognizable it was unable to be used in other movies so they had to modify using foam to cover the pillars which are now painted to look like brickwork- amazing!

We see the Jaws town ...

L.A. - the final stop

A travel blog entry by tomellams on Sep 16, 2014

... German girls came in really keen to go out... It didn't take too much persuasion for me to go out on my last night and after some rushed pre-drinks, a group of us headed out to a bar, followed by an Irish bar (as it was the last thing open on a Sunday evening) and stayed there until it closed. For some reason the German girls, an English lad and I went and chilled on the beach for an hour when we got back, eventually going to bed about 4. Despite the ...

From LA to the Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by angeece on May 19, 2014

... middle of nowhere. It did take us a few goes to find somewhere that sold a replacement charger; so we were about an hour behind when we stopped for a burger and a milkshake. The highlight of Peggy Sue’s 50s diner, on the old Route 66 highway, is the Diner-Saur Park behind it. This place is nothing short of bizarre. Out there, in the unforgiving sun, you’ll find a few metal sculptures of dinosaurs, a giant gorilla and of course, ...

First Impressions of LA

A travel blog entry by zoeandnick on Mar 22, 2014

... pinnacle of everything modern. Arriving here, it doesn't feel like that at all. Lots of streets, houses and cars are falling apart, there are quite a few homeless people, and there's little sign of cutting edge technology.
So it's not the dump it's said to be, most of the people aren't obese and it's actually quite a pleasant place to walk around. But nor is it the glitzy modern city that people dream about.