Say hello to Bellflower, a suburb of Los Angeles with one lovely name. A mere 16 miles away from downtown, Bellflower has a history in the dairy farming industry and became a major residential area following World War II. Today, its calm atmosphere, nice public parks, great weather, tasty eateries, and proximity to main thoroughfares like Interstate-605 make it a good spot to visit as well as a convenient launching point for traversing California. Hotels in Bellflower come in a variety of forms too, ensuring your needs are met while in town.
Just 19 miles from the town of Bellflower is Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), a perfect entry point if you're flying here. From the airport, you can pick up Bellflower rental cars at the consolidated rental car facility, book taxis outside your arrivals level, or take one of the public buses. Begin your time in Bellflower by cycling along the Bellflower Bike Trail, which runs for more than two miles and makes for an energizing workout. Along the way, you can catch a view of Bellflower Courthouse, which is one sleek building. John S. Simms Park, a public park with ball fields and picnic facilities, is a wonderful place to spend the afternoon, and Alondra Boulevard is a good street for hunting down a tasty meal. Outside of Bellflower, fun awaits as well. Search for hotels near Los Angeles so that you can see all that California's largest city has to bring to the table; party in the offbeat scene that is Venice Beach, ride past the luxurious mansions of Beverly Hills, follow the flavors of Chinatown, and more.
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