Long Beach Convention Center Travelodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLong Beach Convention Center Travelodge
Disappointed in the facilities, no laundry room or toaster in the room. As Australians we drink tea and there was only coffee in the room. Expected more for my money.
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... It's about five and half minutes long and will be a permanent reminder to me of my Promenade Deck circuits. (Sound adds to the ambience, hearing the wind blow across the decks and the sea sloshing against the hull, but isn't essential.) VIDEO 2 - This is four and a half minutes long and is behind yesterday's door, 4 February. It's a stroll up The Atrium's Grand Staircase and along Deck 2 past Cafe Carinthia, Queens Room, Gift Shop, Golden Lion Pub and ...
... until after we'd had a go on all the rides, just in case. We finished the day today with dinner, followed by dessert and cocktails at The Hard Rock Cafe. Tomorrow we're off to Anaheim where some shopping and of course a trip to Disneyland awaits. I will try my best to post some photos, but have had a few challenges with this so far... fingers crossed it will work this ...
... a little further to Laguna Beach and met up with Nanna and Al for dinner. Well ok not our Nanna and Al but our brother in-law Matts Nanna and Al. It was so lovely to see them again. We had such a fun time. They are wonderful examples of how to live an active retirement.
Tomorrow could be Universal or Disneyland and the Hollywood sign.
We are both having such a wonderful fun holiday.
... a lot of the glam away. We stopped for some hot dogs and walked into the crowds outside the Chinese theatre which we couldn't get near. Our bus tickets included Madam Tussaud tickets so we decided it would be a good time to use them. I couldn't really see the fascination at first but Kirsty was loving it. We took our picture next to the models of celebrities whilst striking funny poses. After walking through two of the floors we arrived on ...
... and Jazz, and particularly enjoyed a short drink stop at a beer garden along the way with a Jazz band playing, and statues of all the famous jazz legends through the years. The afternoon Mississippi steamboat cruise ( the Natchez) was wonderful, very informative, and is a must for anyone coming down south. She is a mighty river alright, with two thirds of the water for USA draining through the Mississippi to the sea. As you cruise, the host explains how Katrina affected much of ...