A February 2006 trip
to Los Angeles by Mrshusband
Quote: Tourist attraction, in and about Los Angeles.
Hotel | "Quality Inn"
This was an okay hotel. There was plenty of food and it was within walking distance. The Hermosa Beach Pier was about 2 minutes from the hotel. There you can eat, shop, go to a bar, and there was one night club on the strip. I did not attend but I did however see lots of people going so it must be okay (casual dress). The hotel rooms were fairly clean and there was a free breakfast buffet each morning, the only thing is that it start really early at 6:30am and only last until 9am. They could at least have extended it for another 45 minutes. The people at the front desk were okay except for one person... she was a real whowho and could not give any suggestions about what to do in town because she hated everthing (well if you don't like doing things you shouldn't work at the front desk be a maid or something), she hated comedy, clubs, music, and going out. What a wierd-o! In my opinon, front-desk clerks should be friendly and have some idea about the city in which they live. For Pete's sake, you work at a HOTEL. Anyway, I forgot her name.
But other that that, I would highly recommend the hotel because of its cleanliness and location. It was great. They also had one computer for your assistance in locating things, with a printer—free of charge.
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on March 14, 2006
Quality Inn & Suites Downtown
1901 West Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90006
I attended the club on Sunday, which is called Chocolate Sunday's. (The club themes each night.) It was okay. They featured a couple funny comedians, some that were famous. But I personally like the first host, I forgot the young guys name but I do remember he was from Detroit. Then the second host Chris Spencer, who although famous is not so funny, kind of got on my nerves. He looks as if he has something stuck up his butt. He probably has a real attitude problem... the way some people act after they become famous.
But you have to pay $17 per person to enter then you must buy two drinks... now, it doesn't have to be alcoholic, but to force a person to buy two drinks after they cram you into this extremely small club is crazy. But I did have a good time, and would return.
8001 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90046
Attraction | "Price is Right "
Member Rating 3 out of 5 on March 14, 2006
Price is Right Studio Taping
Guard Gate at Fairfax Avenue, 1/2 Block South of Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, California
Member Rating 1 out of 5 on March 14, 2006