San Gabriel

San Gabriel Travel Guide

Hotels in San Gabriel

San Gabriel Accommodations (4)
Hilton Los Angeles / San Gabriel

Hilton Los Angeles / San Gabriel

4.00 216 reviews

225 West Valley Boulevard, San Gabriel, United States

Budget Inn San Gabriel

Budget Inn San Gabriel

2.00 5 reviews

1924 S San Gabriel Blvd, San Gabriel, United States

Garden Inn Motel San Gabriel

Garden Inn Motel San Gabriel

4.00 4 reviews

5318 Rosemead Blvd, San Gabriel, United States

Quality Inn San Gabriel

Quality Inn San Gabriel

-1.00

1114 East Las Tunas Drive, San Gabriel, United States

Travel Blogs from San Gabriel

San Gabriel Travel Blogs (4)
Howdy Partner!, San Gabriel, Uruguay travel blog

Howdy Partner!

A travel blog entry by tabonyhl

... of houses without much fanfare, so I was glad for my practiced speech to the conductor in Spanish.  "Please, when we arrive in San Gabriel, tell me." She did, and we dropped down from the bus and were greeted by a small but tough-looking lady in a ...

San Gabriel Mountains, San Gabriel, United States travel blog

San Gabriel Mountains

A travel blog entry by stwistrand

1

UCSB, San Gabriel, United States travel blog

UCSB

A travel blog entry by yigehaoren

2

UCSB is way bigger than I thought it would be. Seems like a pretty nice campus even though it's probably too big for my taste. Seems like you have to drive to get places. Looks very modern though, no old buildings that we could see, of course we only saw ...

Dinner, Hugh and Sophia

Dinner, Hugh and Sophia's, and hotel

A travel blog entry by yigehaoren

The traffic from LAX to San Gabriel was really bad, but at least I caught a glimpse of the Staples Center. We got to Mei Long restaurant close to 8PM. It took us 1.5 hours to get there. After dinner we went to see Hugh and Sophia's place. We stayed there ...

Attractions in San Gabriel

San Gabriel Attractions (1)
Mission San Gabriel Archangel

Mission San Gabriel Archangel

4.00

537 W. Mission Drive, San Gabriel, California, United States

Mission founded in 1771 by Father Junipero Serra, originally from Cordova, Spain, who wanted to share his religious faith with the inhabitants of the New World.