Rodeway Inn City of Industry

Address: 1228 N Durfee Avenue, South El Monte, California, 91733, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1228 N Durfee Avenue, South El Monte, is near Garment District, Mission San Gabriel Archangel, Angelus Temple, and Historic Theater District.
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Travel Blogs from South El Monte

January marketing Plans - Chang Ortho

A travel blog entry by marketingteam on Jan 07, 2015

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... br> Referrals:
Selected deliveries of Valentine goodies.

Internet and Publishing:
Publish winners of January games. Publish photos on website/FaceBook.

For our marketing effort to work well we are so appreciative of all staff jumping in where they can to make the wheels of this machine turn and have fun!

When you find an area you would like to help in - please sign up with Letty.

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Day 3 The Blue Hole!

A travel blog entry by heather_about on Nov 23, 2014

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Day stated with the alarm at 5 with instructions to be at the boat at 530am. That gave me plenty of time to drink some coffee and walk to the boat which is so close to my room! Woke up with some crazy mosquito bites all down my legs! I was a little late using the bug spray, looks like I have a disease there are so many, oh well, they will go away eventually. I'm sparing you the picture I took suffice it to say it even grosses me out a ...

Leaving LA

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 21, 2014

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... by an old Art Deco building, we had to vear off the beaten track, to the old police station's car park. The old police station was the Art Deco building, but had only been in use from 1929 - 1970. It was now an art exhibition called SPARC, which had some spectacular artistic murals painted along the walls of the building and car park. We must have looked a right pair of down and outs rummaging about by the bins placed along the car park. It was looking like it ...

The quiet before the storm

A travel blog entry by annie04965 on Sep 24, 2014

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... My parent’s laugh when they tell this part, before they could rush to my aid, tiny me soundly kicked the little boy back. Thus beginning an exchange of kicks, a battle of wills, a standoff of epic proportions, to which, I ultimately won. Delivering a vicious kick that sent the little boy retreating. I crossed the bridge, it was a undeniable victory.

So, I believe how people share the stories about their lives; say equally as much about who they are, as ...

Universal Studios!!!!!

A travel blog entry by stephandshane on Sep 01, 2014

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... There was so much! I had chicken and amazing mash potatoes! Yummy! Then after that we had Nutella crepes with a banana caramel sauce...amazing! After lunch it was off to do the back lot tour. We had our own private bus and headed off down the lot. Our first stop was the 'house' they use in Parent Hood :) it was amazing to see basically a half house with a staircase to know where. After that it was the town square where films like Back to the ...