Wilmington Motel

Address: 111 East C Street, Los Angeles, California, 90744, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located in the Harbor area of Los Angeles, is near Ports O' Call Village, General Phineas Banning Residence Museum, Vincent Thomas Bridge, and Drum Barracks Civil War Museum.
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LA

A travel blog entry by nathanbellanca on Nov 02, 2014

12 photos

... back we both feel a little warey of where we actually are because of the amount of sketchy looking people around, but the drive of being in bed after a long day is good enough for us.

Venice Beach

03/11/2014

Now LA is a big place, trains and busses are the cheapest and by far the easiest way of getting around and are pretty direct to most of the places worth seeing. Stepping off the bus to Venice beach, the atmosphere is somewhat just like ...

H O L L Y W O O D

A travel blog entry by erotergum on Oct 14, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... to the other towns nearby but it's just very built up, commercialised, bright and fun. We walked down the Walk of Fame and must have had "tourists" written across our foreheads as everyone we passed said "welcome to Hollywood ladies". We were acting very normal as far as we were concerned and didn't have our phones out taking a load of pictures like the Asians would and nor were we looking up at things in awe. Perhaps the fact that our noses were running along the floor reading ...

Hidden Whimsy in the Heart of LA

A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Sep 23, 2014

110 photos

... to having an urge to ask her if her accent was real because I felt I had entered a whole new world where fantasy had come to life. However, I chose another more appropriate question instead. She was charming, welcoming and "yes," she responded "take as many photos as you like." And so I did.

Marilyn and I quickly parted ways as the store drew our eyes to different places, corners, products, mysteries, curiosities and magical moments. This was the perfect "child ...

Muscle beach.... And pancakes

A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl on Jun 16, 2014

4 photos

... one in the colourful dress", as I said... Charming! We stopped for a quick snack of a $2.50 taco at Venice beach along with a deep fries Twinkie between us. (Whilst in America and all that.) we then ventured back to the pier where we had a proper lunch and chilled on the beach for a while. On the way there we learnt that if you press American road crossing buttons too many times, they become quite irate and speak to you "WAIT" much to my amusement! We left ...

The Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by sam.pinsak on May 25, 2014

Up until this point, the fact that I was going to live in the middle of the Belizean jungle for two weeks hadn't really sunk in. Actually, once I was at the airport it still hadn't sunk because I had a bit of time before I was actually going to be in the country of Belize, let alone the actual jungle part of it. My first flight was a Red Eye, flight time was 11:45pm I believe, and it actually got delayed a few times, so it was pretty late. I just remember ...