Gene Hormigoso

Gene Hormigoso

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Los Angeles, CA
  • 63 Tips
  • 82 Followers
  • 131 Following
  • 5 Lists
Gene's Lists in All Cities
  • Los Angeles
  • Manhattan Beach
  • El Segundo
  • Hawthorne
  • Inglewood
  • Calabasas
  • Thousand Oaks
  • Beaumont
  • Burbank
  • All Cities
Gene's Top Cities
Los Angeles
11 Tips
Manhattan Beach
9 Tips
El Segundo
6 Tips
Hawthorne
5 Tips
Inglewood
5 Tips
Calabasas
3 Tips
Thousand Oaks
3 Tips
Beaumont
2 Tips
Burbank
2 Tips
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Gene Hormigoso
15 places updated
15 places including Chop Daddy's, Eureka! *Tasting Kitchen, The Forum, Torrance Black Bear Diner
Gene Hormigoso
30 places updated
30 places including Johnny Rockets, Disneyland, Mandrake Bar, Queensview Steakhouse at Parker's Lighthouse
    Gene's Recent Tips
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    "The Lunk Head alarm can be heard more than usual at this location. Meatheads need to calm down--it's not that serious. #FocusPowah"
    Gene HormigosoGene Hormigoso · November 6, 2014
    Gym / Fitness
    · Inglewood, United States
    7.3
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    "This is a free wifi spot for Time Warner Cable customers."
    Gene HormigosoGene Hormigoso · June 8, 2014
    Laundry
    · Manhattan Beach, United States
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    "bring plenty of water and don't get lost"
    Gene HormigosoGene Hormigoso · February 24, 2014
    Campground
    · Yucca Valley, United States
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    "Head down Burma. Right on Vanderlip. Left at Water Tower (this is where the climbing starts). Left at Kubota. Left on Burma. Right on Ailor. Left on Burma. Right on Peacock Flats. Left on Burma."
    Gene HormigosoGene Hormigoso · February 18, 2014
    Other Outdoors
    · Rancho Palos Verdes, United States
    7.1
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    "Riders--not technically challenging at all, just be ready to climb close to 2000 feet in the first 5-8 miles."
    Gene HormigosoGene Hormigoso · January 12, 2013
    Trail
    · Ventura, United States
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    "If you're starting from Stunt Rd you'll come across a fork in the road half a mile up (you'll see a wooden bench)--going right will take you to Red Rock Canyon, left is to Calabasas Peak."
    Gene HormigosoGene Hormigoso · December 15, 2012
    Scenic Lookout
    · Calabasas, United States