Cities for Foodies in Greater Los Angeles, California
- 41California, USA2 reviews
Downtown Downey is actually nice, was a suprise. It remind me like City of Montrose, parking is not a issue, and best no parking meter ! Most outsider got o Downey mainly for Portos =)
- 42California, USA5 reviews
Where I stayed at in Wichita, Ks. It snowed that night at -30 degrees
- 43California, USA1 review
- 44California, USA2 reviews
SCV is a nice place to raise a family; it's safe and has some good schools. There's not much to do for young adults though, other than going to the movies. Minors have a curfew that police will sometimes enforce so they can't stay out late.
- 45California, USA2 reviews
Well the bad part of this place is that there is absolutely nothing open past about 10-11pm except the supermarket. lol Its a family town and well well worth it. There are a ton of decent restaurants here. But the schools and parks are beyond awesome. The roads and services are kept up super super well. The new areas in ...
- 46California, USA1 review
Small, quaint, peaceful and safe neighborhoods-actually this is the only place I feel safe out of all the SoCal neighborhoods. The locals are very educated and friendly!
- 47California, USA5 reviews
Our plane was leaving very early in the morning. Inglewood is nearby LAX airport and we found a good and cheap hotel there.
- 48California, USA4 reviews
A suburban neighborhood adjacent to Garden Grove. As a Los Angelena, I am loving the wider streets and ample parking spots!
- 49California, USA3 reviews
Pomona is an interesting city that can have a few bad places. North Pomona is much better as it borders Claremont.
- 50California, USA10 reviews
Truck stop was pretty cool. You could get your truck painted with special graphics.
- 51California, USA2 reviews
I love the community. It's so quiet and neat and well maintained. There isn't much entertainment going on in DB but you can alway enjoy the good food, Korean especially, and the nice material surrounding.
- 52California, USA1 review
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- 54California, USA3 reviews
This is review based on City of El Monte, located south Temple City and east of Rosemead. Population over 100,000. Cost of Living: * Housing is more affordable compare to the Rosemead and Temple City, however price has been going up due to high demand, The nice thing is parking overnight in the street is free and traffic are usually ...
- 55California, USA1 review
This is a great city. Between the two large malls and awesome dmv that is on hand the service is great. The hiking areas are also just as good. You are able to get some great workouts in between the hiking and biking trails that are available for use.
- 56California, USA3 reviews
An attractive college town, home to the Claremont Colleges, that many people don't even think of as part of Los Angeles. Tour some of the campuses and then walk the four or five blocks of downtown and enjoy the atmosphere.
- 57California, USA4 reviews
San Dimas is a surprisingly adorable little Western country town in the "back end" of Southern California. Located conveniently along one of the main routes from Los Angeles into the eastern regions of the state, toward Nevada and Las Vegas, San Dimas is full of old wooden buildings like a general store and old-fashioned vet's office, as well as a ...
- 58California, USA1 review
- 59California, USA3 reviews
Cutest thing on earth
- 60California, USA2 reviews