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Pine Avenue is perfect for a walk, if you would like to see a nice part of Long Beach. You find small shops, pharmacies, small foodmarts, gyms, etc, along the long Pine Avenue - that just waits for your visit. The promenade is close to...More
Great area of long beach with tons of restaurant options and store. Few people on the street playing music during the day. A great walk which I felt safe on my own. There are some homeless people but they did not bother me. I walked...More
Great place to hang out with Historical buildings ,restaurants and bars. We dined at the Sevilla Cafe and took a stroll around the area. Convention Center is also located on Pine Ave not far from the water. Pine Avenue also leads to the Pine Avenue...More
With the Long Beach Grand Prix approaching on April 13th, 14th and 15th, Our Pine Ave has Fantastic Restaurants along with wonderful Hotels such as the Westin, Hotel Maya, Marriot and more ! BUBBA GUMP SHRIMP COMPANY is next to the Long Beach Aquarium ,along...More
You can get pretty much any kind of food along here, from Greek to Spanish and everything in between. Many have outdoor seating, some are even dog friendly. We are just here for a few days, making the decision of where to eat challenging.
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really depends what you want to see. 2 days I think is enough time(in Long beach) to walk around, shop and tour a few things (Queen Mary and the Aquarium) save time to head up and down the shore to see other ocean... More
really depends what you want to see. 2 days I think is enough time(in Long beach) to walk around, shop and tour a few things (Queen Mary and the Aquarium) save time to head up and down the shore to see other ocean towns(lots of cute shops, surfing, beach volleyball,seals etc) and San Diego is great.