Holland House Motel

Address: 2244 Pacific Coast Highway, Lomita, California, 90717, United States | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Lomita

Horns and the Holocaust

A travel blog entry by bonniegodchaux on Jun 09, 2015

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... to stories of survivors.

Of the 9 million Jews that resided in Germany, over 2/3's were brutally killed. As I walked through and read about the genocide, I realized my hand had been over my mouth in awe for longer than I could remember. It is a powerful monument to the way in which history is discussed and understood through emotionalism.

The first few rooms, much like an exhibit at the Houston Museum of Natural history, began with ...

Hollywood

A travel blog entry by andytolley on Mar 21, 2015

... and is quite run down in parts. We saw the Chinese Theatre and got zillions of snaps with the stars and then handprints of or favourite celebrities. We didn't do the whole walk as it's 3 and a half miles and goes through some dilapidated areas of Hollywood.
We saw the start of the walk where four female actresses hold aloft Marilyn Monroe. We were then home bound passing Sunset Blvd and the famous sites where Guns N Roses made their name, notably ...

Rainy LA

A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Dec 02, 2014

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... pita chips and some really hot salsa. I downed all my wine and most of Kamie’s just getting the salsa heat out of my mouth. Flying into Denver was ho-hum but flying out, we flew over the beautiful mountains and I snapped a couple of pictures. We used our headphones this flight ~ I watched an entire episode of Elf from beginning to end! I love Elf this time of year. Kamie watched The Guardians of the Galaxy. They ...

Los Angeles, here we come!

A travel blog entry by tatpak on Nov 24, 2014

... etc and the fresh buttered popcorn in the machine was a massive hit for the boys, in fact, Sam didn't want anything for tea..... just popcorn...... We went with it, he wouldn't have eaten anything we paid for anyway. We ate at the on location restaurant. It felt much later than it actually was as we were coming from a time zone three hours later, so when it was only 6pm, to us it felt like 9pm. We had tea and very close to 8.30 to 8.45 everyone was exhausted and ...

Last days in US

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 04, 2014

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... for pedestrians to cross the river. This is a suspension bridge which is very bouncy .Peter had to take photos of us walking over and walking back so we felt the bridge moving considerably. A little further along the road was an enormous bridge built for the railway. This has been fully restored, as lately as 2011. Inside it soars like a cathedral with timber cross beams and wide slabs on the side. Next to this was an interesting history of, not only the ...