Knights Inn Pico Rivera

Address: 6540 S. Rosemead Boulevard, Pico Rivera, California, 90660, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 6540 S. Rosemead Boulevard, Pico Rivera, is near Flintstone's Bedrock City, Los Angeles River, Downey Museum of Art, and Downey History Center.
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Travel Blogs from Pico Rivera

LAX to Portland

A travel blog entry by tranmereduo on Jun 25, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

... a Camry. We then drove to the Shilo Inn and went to our room. We decided to have a small 2 hour nap before heading off to get some local Sim Cards for Zoe and my iPhones. For some reason, Verizon said that they could not do it. However, AT&T were able to do so. We purchased some prepaid sims with 4GB of data for $65 for the month. We also have unlimited calls and text. As we are still buggered, we will be having an early night at around ...

Dodgers and the Queen Mary

A travel blog entry by ryan_avery on Apr 26, 2015

45 photos

... field. The bench seats were a bit uncomfortable, but for the great price we got the tickets, they were perfect. It was a night game, so we got there at 4:30 to grab our seats, wolf down a couple world famous dodger dogs, and hopefully catch a ball from the ongoing batting practice. The game started at 6:10 and it was a perfect night for baseball. There's nothing like actually going to a game. The game was fun, nothing really exciting ...

Mini Golfin and Pi

A travel blog entry by ryan_avery on Mar 14, 2015

15 photos

... up, drove Will to LAX to catch his flight home, and may have made a pit stop to Randy's donuts on the way back to PCC. After dinner at Providence, we decided to go mini golfing. It was a great, cheap form of fun for the night, but I was most happy with what the mini golf place also had. I had the opportunity to do something that I hadn't gotten to to in almost three years...batting practice. Yup, they had a batting cage, and I ...

Welcome to La La Land

A travel blog entry by wwh69 on Jan 28, 2015

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... swing down the most expensive retail and iconic shopping street in USA...Rodeo Drive, Baby! We did a quick run past all the lucrative shops with their 'basic' yet glitzy shop-front windows before heading up to the Hollywood Hills via Mulholland Drive. Passing more 'swank' houses, which at least had some views over greater Los Angeles, we arrived at the lookout to photograph the 'Hollywood' sign! You cannot get up to the actual sign anymore due to graffiti and 'suicides' - the ...

Californian Dreaming

A travel blog entry by sktravels on Nov 26, 2014

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... celebrities outside the Chinese theatre (which was pretty cool) and then...we were done. After a quick stop at McDonalds, we spent the evening sitting in the hostel's Tiki Garden working out what our escape plan could be from Hollywood. Don't get me wrong, we are both glad that we went to Hollywood and saw the sign, and the drive through Beverley Hills to get us there left us dreaming of a similar house (but by the sea of course), but I don't think more than half a day was needed. ...