Colonial Motel

Address: 802 E Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, California, 90806, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 802 E Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, is near Shoreline Pedestrian Bikepath, Museum of Latin American Art, Skinny House, and The SkinSpa Institute.
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Travel Blogs from Long Beach

Royal Rendezvous and day of contrasts

A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 05, 2015

23 photos

... price of our voyage tickets could have covered that.). What they failed to mention was the free local bus, running every 15 minutes and stopping off at a variety of locations on the way. Not surprisingly, the free bus was very busy. So, let's get on to the good stuff. Starbucks. Yes, that's right. Who'd have thought it, but they came good again with great quality free wifi, which enabled me to upload TWO VIDEOS to this blog. VIDEO 1 - I've added this to the entry ...

Huntington Beach, Whale watching at Newport

A travel blog entry by trinadaz on Aug 18, 2014

2 comments, 31 photos

... a little further to Laguna Beach and met up with Nanna and Al for dinner. Well ok not our Nanna and Al but our brother in-law Matts Nanna and Al. It was so lovely to see them again. We had such a fun time. They are wonderful examples of how to live an active retirement.

Tomorrow could be Universal or Disneyland and the Hollywood sign.

We are both having such a wonderful fun holiday.
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First day in Anaheim

A travel blog entry by cillapitcher on Aug 05, 2014

9 photos

... remember what time he said, so I got up and walked surreptitiously past the hotel reception. No sign of donuts. Sorry Nomes! My stomach was growling and yet again I was thankful for my ricecakes and peanut butter - and the cornflakes and bananas we'd obtained yesterday (which we ate from a cup!) After having a shower I knew the day was wasting and told Nomes to move. It was a good hour before we were finally ready to go.

Today we walked to Downtown ...

The Wild West

A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jun 17, 2014

132 photos

... s population makes it America’s eighth largest city, yet it is in no way comparable to the big cities and enormous skylines I have seen in cities like New York, Chicago and San Francisco.

San Diego is very close to the Mexican border and the Mexican influence can be seen everywhere. Not only does at least half of the population speak Spanish, but also there are more Mexican food places than fast food restaurants which is not often the case. Gavin had advised me to ...

Day 23 - San Diego to Long Beach and Queen Mary

A travel blog entry by ozheares on Apr 19, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

... muttering about her and Angus made the comment “she’d starve on tips” and Rosie said ‘tips – she wouldn’t get any with that attitude’. A lady in a seat we were passing said ‘I agree with you 100%, I heard you and I agree with you’. Opps but obviously we were not the only ones feeling this way.

Anyhow, the ship was interesting in parts, needs maintenance ...