Redondo Pier Inn

206 South Pacific Coast Highway, Redondo Beach, California, 90277, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 206 South Pacific Coast Highway, Redondo Beach, is near Redondo Beach Pier, Manhattan Beach, Redondo State Beach, and Torrance State Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Redondo Beach

    Flight Crew Prepare Cabin for Departure!

    A travel blog entry by kristenrenee on Jun 26, 2014


    ... baguette with Brie! I wanted this trip to be a mix of familiar and new. Just having a friend to travel with will make Paris a whole new experience once again.

    Next stop: Cannes; The Unwritten Script
    From Paris, Victoria returns home and I continue on to the South of France. This part I am totally winging and flying by the seat of my pants. I have nothing booked and no clue where to start. I just know that I'll be on the French Riviera at the height of summer and the ...

    Headed into the past!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jun 12, 2014

    9 photos

    ... the past year I've been bitten by the genealogy bug, researching who I am and where I came from. So, we'll be visiting family: aunts, cousins, half sisters, and the dead - cemeteries that is (google Find A Grave) to do a little in-person research. I never knew my grandparents, on either side of the family, and my parents died when I was quite young. My step-Dad, Charlie D., when I was 11 and my Mom, Frances, when I was 16. So, ...

    Into LA

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Mar 30, 2014

    ... the fact I'm not departing until 0700. I make my way to the airline desk. It seems they are the ones that control immigration on the departure from Mexico. They verify my ticket back to Australia before they allow me to check into the flight. I couple of old ladies next to me are denied check in cause they had gone over their visa waver while exploring south and Central America. So they weren't allowed back to the US. Even if it's just to transit home. This policy I had known. ...

    "Excuse me miss, we think you're a terrorist"

    A travel blog entry by dleigha on Feb 08, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    So I'd like to start this first blog off with..... OH MY GOSH THIS FLIGHT IS SO LONG! I thought I was fairing well, until the map popped up on the screen and it had only been 2 hours (2135km) and I'd already had a little nap, played a few games and watched the end of a movie. But let's go back a few million hours to Melbourne Customs.... To get to the airport Mum had to drive my car, which has my super cool ...

    The Final Chapter

    A travel blog entry by sallyandjamie on Nov 06, 2013

    21 photos

    ... we were shuttled to the other side of the park with the task to walk back over the crossing. We started our ascent with a gentle walk up a stream to the foot of Mt Ngauruhoe (aka Mount Doom, for those LOTR fans) from where we hauled ourselves up the 'Devil's staircase'. We opted not to attempt the summit of Mt Doom, as neither of us had a ring to destroy, and continued to the edge of the Red Crater, another dormant volcano. A blustery ...