- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Fullerton Inn
Travel Blogs from Fullerton
... missing days dome soon! Doing my best not to fall behind on any more days which is why I’m posting things out of order. We took further advantage of the fire by toasting marshmallows and making more s’mores, I think we will have to do that every night we are here just because we can! Now I am up in my massive master suite complete with walk in closet and balcony thinking that yes, I could definitely live in a place like this. Better get working on that award winning ...
... add, a tsunami sized wave (metaphorical of course, a wave that high is absurd..come on) of realisation struck me as to the scale and duration of my trip; a concoction of emotions which essentially amounted in me ******** it!! So my first day in the US reluctantly began in the dark at 5am courtesy of good old jet-lag. My hostel in West Hollywood made it just a 30 minute walk to Sunset strip and Hollywood Blvd so I headed out to see what I could find. Considering ...
... for later, off we go in a cloud of smoke and steam for today's adventures. Speaking of smoke, it seems that I have either caught a cold (no surprise given the rate of activity for the past while) or the smog air has done a number on my throat and sinuses. Who knows, at least I sound sexy... but I don't believe that was the goal... well, it's not on the itinerary anyway - I checked.
... and trust that they see you! To be fair, nobody really seemed to get annoyed or get on the horn much. Everyone is very accepting that this is LA driving and you just go with the flow.
We ‘flowed’ into Santa Monica in plenty of time to drop the car off, but then flowed a little too far and found ourselves on the Trans-Pacific Highway, the road that heads north towards San Francisco and, by a quirk of the landscape, has no exits inland for several ...
... Angeles in the 80’s was all smiles and gracious hospitality. He even offered us a welcome drink! I elected for top shelf Patron while Roy enthusiastically opted for the smooth tasting Tequila. We connected instantly. A world traveler himself, Ryan and I struck up a conversation about the tropical shores of Thailand and the rowdy beer gardens of southern Germany.
Ryan’s dogs did not possess the same graciousness as their owner. They were a ...