Ramada Limited Marina Del Rey

3130 Washington Boulevard, Marina del Rey, California, 90292, United States
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Forum Posts

Karaoke

by GUYON

I look for a karaoke (cafe or restaurant) with karaoke in Marina del Rey or in Venice.
Thanks
RAY

Re: Karaoke

by Jeannette1

Ray,
I did not know you could sing!!! :-)
Jeannette

Re: Re: Karaoke

by GUYON

I do not sing but my daughter does.
J'ai l'age d'entretenir une danseuse et une chanteuse.

Re: Karaoke

by travelgourmet

The closest to Marina del Rey is a restaurant club called Rusty's Surf Ranch on the pier in Santa Monica. That is about 4 miles away. Food is ocean front type, not that much to write home about. Kareoke happens after opening, which is 4 PM. At night only pro style playing and singing.
Food wise, no kareoke, but a great weekend buffet is at Shanghi Red's in Marina del Rey. Sit outside on the patio and watch the boats in the marina, sail and motor on by.

Travel Tips for Marina del Rey

Fewer people, more pleasure

by marinarena

Marina Del Rey is a rather peaceful place for being part the chaotic Los Angeles county. Whether along the marina, by Fisherman's Village or even along main streets like Lincoln and Mindanao, taking a stroll here is a simple pleasure.

The absence of one

by Matjik

You're In Socal, and as Kurt Cobain once said, "Come as you are!"

There really is no formalities in Socal. Although when walking by, it isn't out of the ordinary to say 'hello' to any passers-by. Just your normal, smile, eye contact, and 'How yah doin'" routine. You'll find you'd get the same response.

Just remember, chances are half of the people you'll see are from somewhere else too, so don't over-do trying to 'belong', be yourself and have a great time.

Well, leave the black socks at home.

Sunscreen, sunscreen, and bathing suits

by Matjik

A backpack is a good compliment to take within your town trips Sandals, sport shoes are great. bring warm clothing such as shortrs, sundresses, T-shirts, Tank-tops, etc...but also bring a light jacket because now and then the offshore winds blow and things can get cooled down in a hurry. Please don't forget your sunscreen & sunglasses.

Surf's up!

by Matjik

1. Surf - In front of the Venice pavilion just south of the jetty. I'd advice using the long boards since it doesn't get too radical here and you'd have a better time with it. SM lifeguard #26 & 25 is good on 'shorties' early in the AM.

If hitting the ocean is a first, I'd suggest you grab a hold of a boogie board and get a feel of 'catching' a few sets and experience getting tumbled in a 'washing cycle' first. This way you it'll be much easier for you to know how to 'paddle with the waves' when you get on a surfboard.

*Beware*
As with any other spots in the world, surfing is a society. Most surfers can be territorial with their spots. Consult the locals where the bounds are, this way you mix it up with the waves not the locals.

Good spots are at Topanga Canyon and The County Line on the north - Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach to the south.

2. Skimboarding. It's available and loads of fun. But I'll throw you a caution - if you don't have a sense of balance, you may want to consider playing beach volleyball instead because this can ge pretty bad.

3. Kite surfing. Unfortunately, you'll have to go to Malibu for this. They get a pretty good run on offshores winds up there and you can really get down and serious. It is the only place allowed to do this within a 30 miles radius from MDR/SM.

The spot is on the northside of the Malibu Pier. I suggest that if you want to embark in doing this that you already know the basics of kite-surfing, or at the very least learned how to 'ground handle' the kite. It can get pretty hairy out on the water if you don't. They don't rent out the gear as of right now. But if you're in town a while and would like to take lessons, there's a surf shop south of the pier that will be happy to accomodate you.

4. Windsurfing lesson are given in the harbor of the Marina (in front of Cheesecake Factory). If you're proficient, they will alow you to windsurf though the harbor. There are also a few strips along PCH, between SM and Malibu where you can tackle up and shoot a few alleys.

Surfing is OK . Better Down at Venice Pier

by giampiero6

If you are a surf accionado, the Marina beach is not the perfect place for it. It's great for body surfing on a summer day, but for board surfing most days aren't that great. The waves break really flat and pretty close to shore and unless there's a good swell, you won't find much to surf on. Water temperature in the Santa Monica Bay is never really that warm. In June it's about 65 degrees. Later in the summer you MIGHT get up to about 70-72. That's fine for me, but some people feel it's too cold for swimming etc.

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Address: 3130 Washington Boulevard, Marina del Rey, California, 90292, United States