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Travel Blogs from Rosemead
... of LA. Each section is dedicated to a dead benefactor and his wife, who it appeared had spent their life's work collecting snuff boxes or pictures by somebody or some civilisation. So each section was stunning in its isolation, but didn't necessarily chime with the others. Very well worth a morning visit but it would normally be expensive. If time permits the La brea tar pits are next door, which exhibits ever poor animal that fell into the oozing sticky tar (black gold to ...
... for LA, I was still cheering when Dante Exum of the Jazz got the ball (I am still an Aussie after all). The clippers won in the end, and after trying to work out some of the extra rules that they have in the NBA that they don't in the NBL, we left the building extremely tired.
When we got back to our apartment (after walking down the street with all our Disney loot), it was pretty much bed time as soon as we could lie down. Peace out from LA xoxo.
Yes we gave in and went to Disneyland! We hit lucky and went when it was relatively quiet. With the fast pass system - not quite the same as Alton Towers fast pass - you get a 2 hour window for the most popular rides and have to go in that time slot - anyway the maximum time we queued for ...
... going up a long incline. Although brutally uncomfortable, the best option other than stopping (which we did once) is to turn off the AC and sometimes even blast the heat to cool down the engine. In the end, we made it, but we had to hold our breaths a couple of times.
On the way, we saw a lot of produce stands just south of San Francisco, and most of them advertised fresh garlic…one even mentioned garlic ice cream. The smell was overpowering all the way down ...
... to name few. The public areas are as ornate and grand as any hotel we’ve seen and is a tourist attraction in its own right. A lot of famous films have been shot in the hotel including The Italian Job, Ghostbusters, The Bodyguard, so we had to have a cocktail in the bar to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Our room was on the 11the floor, which was great until…… there was a fire alarm at5.30am and ...
Other places to stay in Rosemead
705 N. San Gabriel Blvd., Rosemead | 2 star motelfrom $80
1001 South San Gabriel Blvd, Rosemead | 1 star motelfrom $65
8621 Garvey Avenue, Rosemead | 2 star motelfrom $55
8711 Valley Boulevard, Rosemead | Motelfrom $53