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333 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach, United States
200 South Pine Avenue, Long Beach, United States
701 West Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, United States
111 E Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, United States
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... beach and he then joined us. We then went into the sea and played about in the waves. We then got out and had a go at beach volleyball, once we finished playing everyone else decided to go back in the sea - I was felling cold after being in the sea so I ...
Arrived from Oahu late on the 20th of May to the smiling face of my father in the luggage claim at LAX. Went through immigration in Oahu about 7 days earlier so the domestic arrival was a breeze. Actually, I was shocked at how easy it was to ...
... a luxury liner, she also served time as a troop ship in WWII. Her last voyage was in 1967 when she was docked permanently at Long Beach. You can tour the ship, have a cocktail at the Observation Bar, have dinner in one of three restaurants or even stay ...
... /export laws and process proves to be a successful educational venture. When we delivered the motorcycle to Port of Long Beach Customs, terminal and insurance agents, Camilo was a bit surprised by the acronym conversation I had, lets just say.... ...
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1250 Bellflower Blvd, California State University Long Beach, California, United States
100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, California, United States
Over 12,000 creatures are on view at this fascinating, state-of-the-art aquarium, which recreates three different ecosystems and brings you face to face with sharks, sea lions, eels and other residents of giant tanks.
1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, California, United States
This decommissioned Soviet submarine is now a tourist attraction in Long Beach.
628 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach, California, United States
Known as MoLAA, this combination museum and cultural center is devoted exclusively to contemporary Latin American art, including paintings, lithographs and sculptures, and also offers shows, classes, wine tastings, an open-air market gift shop and a restaurant.