Travelodge Whittier

Address: 11530 Whittier Boulevard, Whittier, California, 90601, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 11530 Whittier Boulevard, Whittier, is near Los Angeles River and Downey Museum of Art.
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      A Lovely Irish Lass

      A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Sep 25, 2014

      19 photos

      ... they see one - and both climbed into her lap for a good cuddle.
      Meg served up water and wine and we raised a glass to Jimmy, Neil and discerning pups. We laughed and chatted for some time. Finally it was time to part. We had taken enough of her time.
      As we approached the door, Meg stepped into the living room and gestured saying "I would like you to take one." I was speechless (this is getting to be a habit). ...

      Adventure to the camp site.

      A travel blog entry by zzjaidhingezz on Aug 26, 2014

      4 photos

      ... lift, has a complete exterior roll cage that is made of steel tubing and painted black to match the car.

      The door frames are made of steel tubing and it has nets to fill in the middle of the door, I thought to myself, that can’t be legal to drive on the road, in Australia that’s highly illegal, I asked George if the Jeep was all legal and sure enough it was all legal. Also the jeep has a protective wrapping which the colour of it is a ...

      The hire car SF to LA

      A travel blog entry by erniesadventure on Aug 04, 2014

      ... it was best to fill up in case I got lost or something, so I pulled into this little sleepy beach side town, canyuos I think it was called., I was rolling out to look for traffic when was jolted forward, ****!! Was my first thoughts so I pulled to the side and this old guy jumped out ranting and raving about how I shouldn't have stopped there, mind you it was a solid line and a ******* intersection, but I was too freaked out to be a ...

      Week 1 in Los Angeles

      A travel blog entry by gabriellaburke on Jun 18, 2014

      52 photos

      ... singing their songs to us! He couldn't grasp that we wanted to go the Venice beach and instead kept saying "long beach? Metro". We eventually accepted defeat and got off where he was telling us to get the metro to long beach. As soon as we stepped off the bus we realised we'd made a mistake. This was clearly the renowned "ghetto" area of LA, with tramps everywhere, people shouting out of car windows at us - it probably didn't help that we were dressed for the beach! The road was ...

      California dreamin'

      A travel blog entry by benandmartin on Apr 04, 2014

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      Santa Monica, CA, 4 - 6 April, by Ben

      The US was not originally on our itinerary but, because we managed to get a cheap flight from Japan and needed LAX to connect to South America, a sojourn was a no-brainer.

      After a gruelling ten-hour flight and two bus journeys, we arrived in Santa Monica. It was the perfect place to unwind, recover from jet lag and get ready for our road trip along the Pacific Coast Highway.