Oscar's Motel

1712 North Wilmington Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90744, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Los Angeles

Day 4 Hollywood Tour

A travel blog entry by 4597 on Aug 21, 2014

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... along the beach, see the famous beach volleyball pavilion and if you are lucky maybe take a surfing lesson.

After I dry off I continued to Long Beach the proud home of the Queen Mary, one of the world's most luxurious ships to sail the Atlantic Ocean, the Long Beach marathon and US Grand Prix street racing, it all happens here. Board the Queen Mary for a behind the scenes tour and ...

San Diego to Los Angeles

A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 29, 2014

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... York), the Berkeley Steam Ferry, the Star of India and HMS Surprise. The Berkeley operated on San Francisco Bay for over 60 years. She was used to evacuate survivors of the 1906 earthquake from San Francisco to Oakland. Today she houses the museum offices, library and archives and museum store as well as hosting functions as events. HMS Surprise is a replica of the 18th century Royal Navy frigate Rose. It was used for the academy ...

City of Angels - LA

A travel blog entry by davenjulia on Jun 23, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... good.

Working out the public transport was easy and we hit the road running to downtown, taking in the historic sites, central market, angels flight, Bradbury building,Walt Disney concert hall, California plaza, the old pueblo which is the original settlement of LA, the old Olvera Street district - all,very Spanish. It is really an easy place to get around once you get your bearings, and so much quieter than Las Vegas. Anyway, back on the ...

The Wild West

A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jun 17, 2014

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... s population makes it America’s eighth largest city, yet it is in no way comparable to the big cities and enormous skylines I have seen in cities like New York, Chicago and San Francisco.

San Diego is very close to the Mexican border and the Mexican influence can be seen everywhere. Not only does at least half of the population speak Spanish, but also there are more Mexican food places than fast food restaurants which is not often the case. Gavin had advised me to ...


A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Jan 29, 2014

... 8217;t use the main entrance. We headed around the side and after being confused for about 15 minutes we found a bus not a train to take us to Citadel Shopping Centre. It was bit of a bonus as the bus was free. It took us 50 minutes but was well worth it. It is the only outlet store in the city limits and has 100s of stores in a large outdoor mall.

Joel and I walked around in the beautiful weather and popping into different store whatever ...


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