Oakwood Apartments Long Beach Marina

Address: 333 First Street, Seal Beach, Orange County, California, 90740-5984, United States | Villa
 
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This villa, located on 333 First Street, Seal Beach, is near Pacific Coast Highway - Route 1, Long Beach Waterfront, Naples Island, and Gondola Getaway.
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LA Super-helpful

A travel blog entry by steveandange on Nov 26, 2014

7 photos

... ourselves for the notorious ten miles along the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) with minimal shoulder and a lot of fast metal flying by. Cue Archangel Eric. We got chatting to another couple of roadies nearing the end of their ride and after saying good bye to one, we continued on with Eric. As we got near the end of the path, we asked him for some rough directions on getting to the PCH. The next thing we knew, he was guiding us along an alternative route so that we could avoid ...

Wellington, Auckland and Los Angeles

A travel blog entry by trappitts on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... there since our Xmas holiday! Lol great start to the holidays - a laugh a minute. Short wait in Auckland before boarding for a very bumpy flight to LA. Seats were good, so was the food. A very interesting arrival in LA. MessAge to self - avoid coming this way again!! So much unnecessary security and very confusing. Our bags had been checked through to London but we still had to ...

The Realities of Travelling

A travel blog entry by paulandmaria on Jun 18, 2014

61 photos

... easy to figure out and once you
been there a day or two you can split and meet at a landmark you now
both know etc, but when phone signals often don't work it's hard not
to worry if someone is late returning. Just as important though and
something we did frequently, is giving the other person mental space,
being able to be in the same room but not have to talk to each other
all the time is a great skill; being able to zone out and do your own
thing ...

A journey ends and a new one begins

A travel blog entry by cgfulltimers on Apr 28, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... your camper. The only bit of bad luck on our trip was the blowout in Texas on the Goodyears. It wasn't cheap, but after our upgrade, the tires all stayed consistent on pressures and temps all the way across the Mojave and the tread looks great after about 1000 miles.

Thank you all for following us this last month. It was an awesome trip and we're both sad and happy that it's over.

See y'all in the funny pages

Ed, Jess, and Maggie
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Los Angeles: home of the fruits and the nuts

A travel blog entry by laurabcampbell on Apr 20, 2014

6 photos

... everywhere! Even when we were sat in an outdoor seating at a restaurant, a lady leaned over the bar and put her hands on the table asking for money and food. It's quite sad actually how many people in this city need help because drug abuse or poverty. I wish there was an easy fix to all of this! Our last full day in LA was Easter! We went out to a lovely brunch with our friends and had bottomless mimosas, which we were told LA was known for. ...