Venice Admiral Suites

Address: 29 Navy Street, Los Angeles, California, 90291, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Venice area of Los Angeles, is near Legends Beach Bike Tours, California Heritage Museum, International Chess Park, and Chiat-Day Building.
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    Travel Blogs from Los Angeles

    Venice Beach & santa Monica pier

    A travel blog entry by spastjen on Aug 24, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... to in Belgium with our cramped spaces. We walked all the way to Santa Monica Pier and had drinks there at Bubba Gump's Shrimp Co.... that's right....the Forrest Gump dude :D I regretted having eaten earlier because the seafood looked fantastic here. I sat at the bar by myself while Sarah went to freshen up and immediately got spoken to by about 4 different people. ...

    Independence Day!!!

    A travel blog entry by becmunachen on Jul 04, 2015

    2 photos

    ... for tomorrow! Dinner time! Classic Simone, Bec & Ange had sussed out where the celebs hang so we headed to Pearl Bar. Our waiter, also the manager- Bourke came up to see how we were going, and of course we ask about famous people- only to find out he was actually an actor on One Tree Hill- uhh only my most favourite show ever. Ok so he was only on for literally many 10 mins all up- 10 years ago- but I'm claiming that ...

    Tracey's Arm glacier

    A travel blog entry by lahra on Jun 24, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... a barbecue lunch before heading back into position.

    We arrived at the glacier around 2.30, and it was really magnificent - a huge, blue blanket that stretched out behind the mountains. It looked like a wave... Or more specifically a surf beach that had been snap frozen in time. But even more extraordinary was the fact that the whole 'structure' abutted the sea.

    All around, icebergs ...

    Tour de Los Angeles to Hollywood

    A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 20, 2014

    30 photos

    ... last of all our energies into it, finally The Lloyds let loose in LA limped in across the finish line at 8.30pm. Shower first before the miracle massager got pulled out and extensively provided us both with several hits to our many aches and pains, from our 10 hour bonkers bike ride. A large Lloydy cocktail using the last of our supplies was in order to do the blog. I finished at 1am, but Andy had since long ago crashed out in an exhausted slumber. Lights out for last LA nights ...

    Day 9 - Last Day in Los Angeles

    A travel blog entry by pat-bentley on Sep 15, 2014

    6 photos

    Tomorrow we leave behind the 38 - 40 degrees heat of Los Angeles and head to the milder climate of San Francisco, via an overnight stay in Monterey. I have really enjoyed LA - it is such a vast city of diversity. It is really hard to get a good sense of its size and see it all in such a short time, however, I think we did a very good job of sampling some of the main attractions! Yesterday we spent the day out and about and visited places such as Venice Beach, Santa ...