Family Motel

Address: 10250 Atlantic Avenue, South Gate, California, 90280, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 10250 Atlantic Avenue, South Gate, is near Watts Towers, Los Angeles River, Downey Museum of Art, and Gage Bowl.
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Travel Blogs from South Gate

Horns and the Holocaust

A travel blog entry by bonniegodchaux on Jun 09, 2015

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... remain. The further into the exhibit became more and more intense with horrific pictures and stories. One thing I found interesting was one of the last rooms with huge picture ( starting with Anne Frank ) of people who really made an impact. I couldn't listened to them all because I knew traffic would soon be bad getting home with the work day ending, but what I did listen to was brilliantly informative. Google Irena Sendler. She was pure interesting. ...

Day 11 - Hollywood

A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on Apr 19, 2015

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... like kebabs and crepes. Yummm. After that we drove up in the Hollywood hills and looked at the great views over LA. We ended up a bit lost but we saw some amazing mansions and gorgeous gardens. Next we went to the giant guitar shop on Sunset Boulevard. Amazing and we had a play around on some really cool guitars. There were lots of hand prints of ...

The 48 hour day

A travel blog entry by rpjmroy1 on Mar 21, 2015

... have had two birthdays this year .... Paul was there to meet me after I had gone through customs and after a quick drive home., I took a two hour nap. Managed to stay awake for the rest with an early to bed time of 9:00PM I am staying in CA for some R & R before returning to Maine next week. A friend just sent me a picture of my house in Maine and I was overwhelmed with the amount of snow still there. I am ready for ...


A travel blog entry by mek1 on Jan 22, 2015

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... expertise. Now there wer four lines in front of the Air France desk, each longer thanthe other. Our line only had about 15 people in it . The interesting part was that there were no agents manning the desks. Just 600 passengers waiting to check their luggage or like us to get "acceptable" boarding passes. We finally made it to the front of the line where a young man (a relative of Inspector Clousseau) offered ...


A travel blog entry by andrewy on Dec 14, 2014

... than in US and don't depend on tip to make a living 9) English is a secondary language learned in school but kid don't really learn it all that well. 10) Castilian Spanish is VERY fast and difficult to understand, also vocabs are different. 11) when in doubt , say "Vale" , or Okay in Spanish 12) Basque cooking is based on Fresh local produce bought each day,all meal prepared from fresh. Fridge and Freezer seems like a foreign ...