Americas Best Value Inn-Pico Rivera/E. Los Angeles
Travel Blogs from Pico Rivera
... school system, how to basically become a part of a very different society. There were successes and failures. Two years into our marriage, we bought our first [and only] home, and we landed in the San Fernando Valley, a place all its own, with its particular quirks, heat and atmosphere. When the marriage ended we both stayed in the Valley, so it's fitting, as I bid farewell to this City of Angels, that I took a last look around. Most of the ...
... type exhibits, but generally, it was quite casual.
The other thing that we noticed was how quiet the Nixon Library was. There were very, very few visitors on the day we were there. Talking with the staff (who were all extremely friendly) when we left, they confirmed that this was a typical day, in terms of attendance. We discussed this afterwards, and figured that it was because Nixon was just not a very popular president. ...
... really have to rain it in a bit now though, a bloody Merc and a hotel in Palm Springs. Mind you, Palm Springs is cheap, $42 per night in a nice private room with a lovely pool. Looking forward to this.
Went back and had a shower and packed for tomorrow. Went for drinks with Cindy and a nice Japanese girl she'd met. Went back to the Croftsman again and then went to another bar which was cool. I went out for a cigarette and had a ...
... didn’t like any of the offerings except chocolate cake so we had dessert first. Then I had pizza and fries from the grill/quick serve pizza stand. My mother ended up down at the International Café for tomato and cheese quiche.
After lunch I walked a couple miles on the promenade deck (windy!) and then went to the naturalist lecture about west coast wildlife. ...
... on the ground that I liked, for example Mike Myers, Journey, Michael Jackson, etc. I also got my first one dollar coin while we were in Hollywood, I've given it a special place in my wallet so I don't spend it. Next we met up with Rosa again, the German girl who travelled down from San Francisco to LA with us. She was staying with a CouchSurfing host, who had suggested to walk up to the Griffith Observatory for sunset. We met them at his place, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking