Islander Motel

1130 West Pacific Coast Highway, Los Angeles, California, 90744, United States | Motel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Islander Motel Los Angeles

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Travel Blogs from Los Angeles

The American Dream

A travel blog entry by twoelusive on Jul 15, 2014

6 photos

... a lovely balcony view of the town right next to the Hollywood sign and the Capitol Records building. Great for seeing things and being out of downtown LA, but not so great for two girls walking back alone late evening/during the night. Its not dangerous, but it wasn't always pleasant... mainly because everyone is looking for a tourist and they're everywhere you look. Having said that, I think the tourists annoy me more than any locals could...

Long Layover in Los Angeles - Take Two

A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jul 01, 2014

1 photo

... a dog's leg corner and laid out on the floor for a fairly decent sleep, out of sight of most people. I'm lucky I can sleep on hard surfaces - thanks to years of yoga relaxation exercises.

Filled in some time up in a posh new bar, sipping on a red wine and pretending I would later buy some food - only so I could use their wifi and power point.


The Realities of Travelling

A travel blog entry by paulandmaria on Jun 18, 2014

61 photos

... with many
grouping up for parts of their journey/sharing a car etc so often you
wont be on your own for long. Of course it is different for everyone
but as a couple, we are glad we had each other. It meant we had
someone to share all the experiences, and I mean ALL the experiences.
You are not just their travelling buddy but their friend, doctor,
nurse, cleaner, chef, bag holder, security, alarm clock, form filler,
accountant, drink fetcher and ...

Mulholland Drive, Walk of Fame, and Rodeo Drive

A travel blog entry by andreas.bohman on May 17, 2014

63 photos

... and also the classic view towards the downtown area and the Hollywood sign. As we exit the 405 freeway and start making our way up the hills we realize that the drive is not too different to parts of Big Sur; it’s twisting and turning and forces the driver to really focus on the driving rather than the sights. For the most part you’re not allowed to stop and enjoy the views, but ...

There will be tears

A travel blog entry by bignige on Mar 16, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

... Encouraged by her success she wanted to press on for the summit, which was a sure sign that the combined effects of the sun and altitude were playing games with her mind. Jen and I quickly realised that we would not make it to the summit as a team with the constant murmurings of "sod this" ringing in our ears so we persuaded Pam that for the good of the team she should turn back. Grudgingly she turned to retrace our steps back down the ...

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