Hello! I'm planning to have a 2 week visit in colombia. And the flight that i've found happens to have a connecting flight in Los Angeles (LAX) California with a 9 hour layover. Do i need to have a visa for just a 5 hour layover? i'm not planning to go outside the mentioned airport, just gonna stay in the transit area. Or would my philippine passport do? I need an answer as soon as possible. Thank you so much!
Staying in hostel in Lone Pine and hiking up Mt Whitney 9/30/15. Will get to trailhead (Whitney Portal)2- 3am to begin my hike up. How long/challenging is the drive from Lone Pine, CA to trailhead (Whitney Portal)??
My wife and I are going to be in LA in December. We would like to visit Avalon, Catalina Islands for a couple of days. We like to hike and I would think the temperatures in December would be nice enough. How would the early nightlife scene be at that time of year and would most of the restaurants and bars be open? Any chance of hearing live music.
My birthday's next week and I'd like to take a 2-3 day getaway (mid week). I live in paradise already, San Diego - but would like to perhaps go find a nice B&B and go to Universal Studios, maybe another studio or park or cool activity for an adult traveling solo. Are there any awesome places or stops you'd recommend for a getaway alone? Like to keep it under $500 for all.
Me and three other girls are going for a roadtrip from San Francisco to Los Angeles, so we are wondering if anyone have any tips on what we have to see there? Maybe some great restaurants, beaches, etc. We want to se the tourist things, but we also want to get the real LA experience.
So if you have any tips at all, contact me! :)
My son is in the military and will be flying out of SFO and needs a hotel stay for the night before his flight. I am trying to book a one night stay on a young mans budget that is in a safe area not necessarily right next to the airport, but within a reasonable distance. Does anybody have any advice on an area or nice hotel? Thanks so much..........
I just wanted to run past through you my idea for my trip to San Diego next month. I'll spending 4 nights at the US Grant, therefore I was thinking of not renting a car for the first two days, and explore anything I can explore on foot. This is primarily to save the ridiculously expensive parking fee for two nights!
I would then rent a car for the last two days so that I can explore a bit more of what's further afield.
Does it sound sensible?
I thought I would try the forum to see if maybe someone could figure this out, because I've not been able to find it.
My wife has a business meeting in Santa Rosa on the week of 10-12. We were going to drive up there and, once her meeting is finished on Friday, spend at least another night in the area. However, that weekend, the hotels get ridiculous, and I'm trying to figure out what's going on there.
It seems to get worse as you move toward Napa, so I'm thinking that Napa is where the event is. Hotels in Fairfield are extremely high, while those in Concord are normal, and I may end up staying in Concord before flying out on another trip.
Can anyone find this major event, just to satisfy my own curiosity?
My daughter will arrive in Los Angeles International Airport with two small children, a four-year-old and a not-yet-two-year-old. She'll have to get two big car seats from the baggage claim plus her luggage and will have to get everything and everybody out to the public arrival area, where our friends will meet them. Are there any porters in the baggage claim hall? I've read about Skycaps. Are they easily recognizable? I've read they expect to be tipped. How much would be appropriate? And I suppose they also expect to be paid. Can anyone tell me how much this is?
Thank you for any information.
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