Quality Inn Pasadena

3321 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena, California, 91107, United States
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Rose Bowl parade

by jlarr57

Has anyone gone to the parade near the end of it and been able to get close enogh to see anything. Any suggestions.


Re: Rose Bowl parade

by Mnavarro

Hi - I work in the city of Pasadena and have been to the Rose Parade quite a few times. If you really want to see the parade on January 1, I suggest you buy a seat in any of the locations along Colorado Boulevard (visit the Rose Parade website on how to buy a seat). If you want to see the floats closer, you can watch it along the parade route on the curbside but you can also take a closer look at the floats when they are parked at a designated location after the parade usually in an area along Sierra Madre Boulevard. I hope this helps.

Re: Rose Bowl parade

by bocmaxima

Yeah, just go see the floats on Sierra Madre after the parade. To see the actual parade, you'll need to buy a seat, rent a view above it (very expensive, and almost certainly too late for this year), or go ahead and bring your chair out to Colorado Blvd now, because those people are out there for well over 36 hours in advance. The float viewing doesn't attract nearly as many people as the parade, although it's still definitely crowded.

Re: Rose Bowl parade

by cheap_tourist

I've seen the parade a couple of times near the middle of the route. Both times, there were about 6 - 8 persons in front of me, but I was still able to see the floats, the equestrians, and the bands.

BTW, with MTA's Gold Line, it's easy getting to the parade. I got off at Lake station and I was on Colorado Blvd. at 8 am. The vanguard of the parade didn't reach my spot until around 15 minutes later.

Travel Tips for Pasadena

Beautiful Buildings!

by marinarena

Many buildings of Pasadena, especially in the Old Pasadena area, are not just slaps of brick put together or just ordinarily assembled. They stand out as edificial art. Pictured is a lovely adorned building with shrubbery and stained glass. This is the top of a yoga studio.

The city of UPLAND ( Pop. Ca....

by Routeman

The city of UPLAND ( Pop. Ca. 70,000 ) was incorporated on May, 1906. It is nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel / San Bernardino Mountains and is located approximately 30 miles southeast of the city of Los Angeles. Upland is a General Law City and is a Council / City Manager form of Government.

In America, grown men...

by Yubert

In America, grown men typically don't hold their hands like this team did when the entered the field.

Back in 2000, I was in Kaliningrad, Russia and saw two naval officers walking down the street, holding hands. A very strange sight for me. So don't do that here.

Sometimes it Snows in SoCal!

by GracesTrips

That is just a joke! It usually does snow in Southern California but we don't always see a whole lot of it. You can't ski or snowboard in Pasadena but you can go to Big Bear, Wrightwood and Frazier Park are probably to closest areas to enjoy. Check out my Big Bear page for more info!

Esp. 4 Baseball & African-American History Buffs!

by marinarena

Pasadena recognizes the triumph of famous baseball hero, Jackie Robinson, along with brother, Mack, with two large busts, near city hall. There is also a community center in the city with his namesake on 1020 N. Fair Oaks Drive.

Jackie Robinson spent part of his childhood in Pasadena during the 20s, after his family moved from the largely racially segregated South. Though Pasadena had racial hardship and complexities itself during the time, Jackie and his family manage to thrive. He became to be an icon in baseball, breaking the racial barrier in the major leagues of the sport.


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Address: 3321 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena, California, 91107, United States