Motel 6 Los Angeles - San Dimas

Address: 502 West Arrow Highway, San Dimas, California, 91773, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 502 West Arrow Highway, San Dimas, is near Raging Waters, Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum, Swan Women Spa, and Emigrant Wilderness.
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    Travel Blogs from San Dimas

    Home, sweet home

    A travel blog entry by nathantorpie on Jul 25, 2014

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    ... walked over to the check in and got my luggage weighed.

    As I was going through the x-ray detector I was selected for a random bomb test. I was directed to a side room where a big security guard scanned me with a bomb detector, it took about a minute for the results of the test to come through, luckily I was clean of any bomb residue.

    I walked out of the room and down the corridor, where they had ...

    Real Estate Marketing and Property SEO

    A travel blog entry by realestate124 on Jun 07, 14

    ... agent that's passage with all the ever changing problems involve with advertising realestate online. Why? In accordance with a recent industry report the real estate business spent over $7 million on site design and maintenance, an expenditure that is likely to develop to significantly more than $11 billion within the next three years.

    The internet has revolutionized how Americans purchase properties. How many ...

    Universal Studios

    A travel blog entry by rkzohm on Mar 19, 2014

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    ... a guilty pleasure). We also found a small museum that was a restored version of the oldest building in Los Angeles, it was pretty neat with a nice big courtyard. And looking in all of the stalls, cramped with little nicknacks and things was a little like playing I Spy. We then took the bus the scenic route (another hour long bus ride) through Hollywood and Beverly Hills, though we did not spot anyone famous (well not that we were aware of, we did see the Hollywood sign though). ...

    Australia, East Coast

    A travel blog entry by bruceandtara on Jan 19, 2014

    ... deeper than 1m as all I remember from that first dive was trying to dive down a few metres to shoot a piece of coral or miracle upon miracles a fish but I was being strangled by the housing unit in it's strap round my neck as I forced myself down a few metres. Within 2 seconds I was being whisked to the surface again thanks to the ultra buoyant life-saving abilities of this idiotic product. Anyway after our first snorkelling site completed and seeing some very pretty coral etc I took ...

    Halloween Celebrations

    A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Oct 31, 2013

    The time of year has come when a break from campus life is desperately needed. Lately, all of the homework and running around and general chaos is getting to me.

    Which is why my friend Amanda and I decided to go to LA for the weekend.

    Quite conveniently, she and I both do not have classes on Fridays. A few weeks ago, we discovered that Universal Studios Hollywood was holding their annual Halloween ...