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Rating: 3.14

Address: 995 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, 90012

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    Comments (35):

    1. Tommy P.
    This place has been a reliable and reasonably priced place for me to crash many times when I've ended up in LA without making plans on a place to stay until I get there (which I do a lot). The place isn't dirty or anything that you'd expect for what the guy charges, just don't expect to get late checkout or anything like that. But hey 60 bucks gets you a decent  room with two queen beds in downtown LA. If you're traveling with two couples thats 15 bucks a head. Hard to beat!!

    28/09/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Claire V.
    Wow, what a deal.  I'm getting more and more familiar with downtown LA's low-cost motels, and this is the best of the bunch.  $70+tax for a room with two double beds is awesome, and the room was actually clean and cute.  The TV had a million channels and there was a fridge right in the room.  And the outside of the place didn't look like a cardboard box, either.  Only a $10 cab ride from the club we wanted to hit up.  Perfect.  But we might have scandalized the older clientele with our club gear while waiting for the cab ...

    08/06/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    3. Atlas R.
    I made our reservation on-line.  Upon showing up a rude attendant who barely spoke English told us there was no such reservation.  So I was forced to stay somewhere else.  Then the Royal Pagoda Motel charged me anyway, and claimed I was a no-show.

    10/06/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. None Of Ya N.
    soo im checking out waiting for my cab....... this telly is under construction

    in chinatown... :)  the room has like wood floors clean the bed was clean

    good strong coffee in the office ;(

    not alot of channels the internet was ok.. all in all clean but the restroom was kinda weird the shower felt  like someone was pissing on you it felt kinda good i guess  i wore flip flops looked like i might get "fungus amoung us" under the warm trickle.

    all night it smelled kinda bad and weird i kept getting this scent but not a domiant smell  it was coming from the restroom..... i slept alrigh i didnt feel itchy so that is a plus .. and all the china town markets are within walking distance   AWESOME you can negotiate everything EVERYTHING

    if i had to come back i would .....# 7 a handicapp room looks awesome i tried to get that room but the older man said "not for u" ....the bed creaked alot everymovement .. that sucked

    the internet says 40 dollar rate but when you call it is like 65 not bad ....

    04/10/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    5. Jamie A.
    Adorable. Clean. Friendly. And not too far away from the "hot spots" of LaLaLand. The bed was huge and comfy. The room smelled very nice, but not overly fragranced. And I've never been in a motel - or hotel for that matter - that had hardwood floors! And the closet was bigger than my closet at home. (It was also bigger than the bathroom, but that's what you get for under $100 a night.) Highly recommend.

    19/08/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. Wendy Y.
    It's weird. For some reason, I always end up in LA's chinatown anytime I'm near So. Cal. It doesn't matter if original destination is San Diego or Mexico, I always, end up here. It must be Chinese thing... I have a radar seeking out my kin.

    Anyhoo... At the last minute, we decided we wanted to stay another night to check out LA's night life. The Edison was recommend by a friend so we headed downtown to find a place to crash. This was the first thing we found and upon yelping the place, we found it to have decent reviews and cheap too!  So why not?

    We did not regret it. The room was clean, spacious, and newly remodeled. My favorite thing about it was that it had hardwood floors. None of that dinhgy, nasty, "i wonder whats living in this carpet" feeling. The walls are super thin so your hear your loud partying neighbors, but we're loud too so it didn't bother us. My one complaint is that the cleaning ladies are loud and noisy in the morning, so you hear them bi*ching about dirty guest and throwing things around while they clean. But If you want to party downtown and need a cheap place to sleep off the drunkeness, the Royal Pagoda is convenient, clean, and cheap. The 3C's of my lodging requirements!

    10/07/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    7. Jen K.
    Holy best bang for my buck, Batballs.

    I booked this place really last minute through hotels.com . I was looking for a place pretty central LA, cheap, but also a place that didn't look like rapists would find me at. Ended up with this gem.

    We only paid like $54 a night before tax.

    Its right on the edge of Chinatown at Broadway and Bernard. When we got there, parking wasn't hard, but later on that night, there were no stalls left in the lot. We had to chance parking around the corner.

    Understanding and speaking Chinese would be beneficial, but not a requirement. When we checked in, a super fobby Chinese man behind the front desk helped us out. Yeah, for the most part I saw through the thick accent and was able to decipher his instructions. Check in was at 3p, check out 12-noon. Got it.

    He kept saying "Fank you." I figured he was saying thank you, but my bf said he was prolly saying "Fuck you," and getting away with it.

    Part of the amenities is free wifi. Dial-up, I think. But good enough when all you have to do is Mapquest and Yelp. You have to go to the front desk and get the user name and pass. And it cuts in and out, I guess depending on how many people are sucking bandwidth. I figure peak porn-surfing hours it gets kinda hard to get online. But here I am. Yelping. Like a fiend.

    Royal Pagoda was totally walking distance from all Chinatown shindigs. Walking distance to Chung King and the Chinese shops. We hiked to the center of downtown, too. It took a good half hour.

    The rooms are surprisingly clean. I loved that the flooring was hardwood. Hotel rooms are normally so grody. But there's nothing to conceal with hardwood. Even the tile in the shower was nice and white.

    Our room had a "king" sized bed. Bf said it was for sure NOT a king. Maybe a queen. I told him its confusing because in China, queens are normally bigger. Iono, man.

    Our room had a little fridge. It was plugged in, but I swear it wasn't cold. But it came with a opened box of Oreo cookies. Yummy.

    The tv only had like, five working channels.

    AC is nice and strong.

    Every hotel door has a super rad Chinesey door knocker.

    The next time I need to stay in LA, I'm specifically gonna hit this place up for board.

    21/09/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Yao S.
    It was as bad as staying there for 3 minutes.

    First, we weren't told where our room was (the room numbers were not in order and we circled around the complex once and found it in front of the lobby.. dumb*), the elderly man helping us was extremely rude and indecent, our room lacked a some amenities my mom was looking for like a microwave, coffee pot, and bath tub. All we got was a little fridge, a crapped out TV that couldn't turn on, a defective AC/Heater unit on the lower section of the complex. We then decided immediately not to stay and went back to the lobby to ask for our money back.

    We meet with the rude elderly man to tell him how dissatisfied we were and wanted to leave immediately. He then took us all back (me, my little sister and my mom) back to the room. He scanned the entire room and check the bathroom and decided to charge us an extra 25 dollars for my mom using the bathroom and throwing away one tissue paper she used to wash her hands with into the trash bin. He decided to use it as evidence to charge us for.

    I then began to tell him that all he had to do was give us our information and our money back, but he was reluctant. After I told him I was reporting him and his establishment to the Bureau of Better Business (BBB for short), he said in broken Engrish "OK I give you no problem! Here, take receipt sign en go away! No speak to me anymore!"

    All in all, I hate a wonderfully bad time and I am never going to stay here ever again. I'd recommend a better place for everybody needing a place to stay.

    16/02/09 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    9. Steven B.
    Hardwood floors and remodeled bathrooms. .. I didn't get the code for the internet so didn't have a chance to try it out.

    The place is under construction right now but I barely noticed other than the temporary office for check in. Walk to China town, Little Tokyo, Union Station.

    I was ready for a dump.. but really.. I was happily surprised. Try to get something back of the building away from the street.

    19/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    10. Kristen O.
    This motel is good given that it is a one star motel for about $45 a night and the parking at the motel is free.  The motel is in Chinatown, just a two minute drive from the heart of downtown, I felt safe there. The room had a bit of a old dingy smell and the furniture was old, but the essentials were clean and usable.  The bathroom was old, but clean, and the sheets were clean too. For discount motels I prefer staying at the Howard Johnson motels, but that chain was not in the area and the price was higher.

    If I had to stay in downtown LA again and I was on a budget, I would stay here again. But if I had more money to spend, I would definitely go elsewhere.

    02/05/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    11. MIKE D.
    I have stayed here 12 or more times! I love it! Great price! Great Owners! I will be back over and over!! Cheap too!!!

    13/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    12. Dave C.
    It's a motel so dont expect much. Location is perfect if you travel via subway train. Lots of chinese restaurants down the block on Broadway.
    Some rooms are more modern than others. Hardwood floors inside the rooms. It's a step up from a motel6. Free wifi but slow. TV channels suck. I was only able to get 3 channels. Guy in office can barely speak english so be prepared. $56 a night.

    11/03/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    13. Anita V.
    I pricelined hotels in Los Angeles for multiple days during my stay and this is that place that will show up first for $39 a night. I have a high tolerance for motels because I think with my wallet first so I was fine with Royal Pagoda Motel.
    Parking, clean wood floors, air-conditioning and a price you can't beat. I think the location is great as well if you will be in the Hollywood area.
    Yes, you could stay by the airport for $10 dollars more. If I was traveling with old people or children I would opt for that.
    But hey, I'm young and trying to save money and this motel is conviently located.
    FYI--I stayed at another motel on Hollywood and it was worse. The sheets at the other place smelled like curry and I COULD NOT sleep because of it. It was more money too and it left me longing for Royal Pagoda Motel:)

    16/01/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    14. Julie A.
    Simply "Bu Hao" -- No Good!

    I should have heeded Yao S's warnings. That same old man was really rude to us. He sounded like he was yelling at me at one point. Really! If you aren't cut out for the HOSPITALITY industry, then DONT WORK IN IT!

    For whatever reason, the second keycard they gave us was not working and when we went down to the front desk to ask about it, the old man gave us an attitude.(I hear LA is the other Sin City. Somebody please take this old fart somewhere to get a happy ending! Maybe that's why he's so damn grouchy!)

    The room was big enough but old and dingy looking. The bed sheets and blankets had cigarette burns and odd stains. The hardwood floor was nice, at least. :: shrug ::

    Location is perfect if you plan on going to Burbank (not too far via the highway) or lots of places in east LA area, like Chinatown (you're right in it!), Lil Tokyo, Downtown, Hollywood, etc. However if you want to go to the west LA area or the beaches, you'll be on the road for a while.

    Parking is "fun" and squishy.

    Price was $70 or something around there. Should have been lower. It is a motel. There is no security.

    Some creepy man followed my friend and I to our room! Luckily we locked it quickly but he was knocking a minute after we closed the door. Then 2 minutes later, he was knocking again! Luckily he went away.

    That was our last night staying there, but I definitely would have found somewhere else to stay after that night!

    24/09/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    15. Taylor D.
    Worst service I've ever. My two friends and I stayed here because it is very close to Dodger stadium (In LA for a Giants game). The motel wasn't bad when we first got there, later that night I called the front desk to ask for the password for the internet, after being yelled at and hung up on by the night attendant, I called back to ask again (I really needed the password) he yelled at me again telling me it was broken this time. I let it go until the next day, I called again for the password and the same man continued to yell and tell me that it was still broken and hung up on me again. The next day we went to the front dest to check out and the attendant looked at my friend and I, turned around and walked away. I would never come back here again. The way the man at the front desk talked to me is still an ongoing joke between my friends and I. Just another reason to hate LA.
    GO GIANTS!!!

    16/03/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    16. Didi R.
    Cheap motel not far from downtown. You can see everything around. And there is a lot of interesting cheap but good restaurant in chinatown.

    22/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    17. Rick E.
    As if it wasn't enough of a challenge to squeeze my body onto one of these double beds with my sweetie, it was kinda agonizing to wake up after sleeping on a totally bottomed-out mattress that listed sharply to the right. I mean, f'real...I may have the body of a hearty-eating Elite-food-intake-level Yelper, but there's no way my weight should be enough to completely flatten out a mattress to such an incredible lack of springiness that it'd make a ridiculously riced-out amateur suspension-chopped Honda Civic ride like a boingy Buick. I've fallen asleep on an old couch we bought for $50 at the Salvation Army--with my neck craned for hours like an egret looking over its shoulder--and I woke up feeling more refreshed than my mornings at the Royal Pagoda.

    When I made my Priceline reservation, all of the rooms with king-size beds were unavailable, so I chose a room with two queens. However, the room we were given had two doubles that direly needed replacement. Upon check-in, I was just happy enough to find the room clean, and I didn't bother to check the mattress. If I had checked to find that the springs would collapse to nothing, I probably would've demanded a room change or a refund. Now I really regret not choosing the other choices at the ~$70-75 pricepoint.

    Compared to all other L.A. choices on Priceline below $80, the Royal Pagoda stood out for its central-but-not-totally-downtown location affording ultra-close access to the 110 freeway, downtown Arts District, and vibrant hotspots in Hollywood, Echo Park, and Silver Lake. I could've saved $6-per-night at the America's Best Value Inn, but viewing it on Priceline, I also liked the Royal Pagoda for the vaguely Chinese roadside Americana charm of its neon compared to the boring chain places in the Rampart Village and Westlake areas. But now I wish I had booked that ABVI. Or the Super 8 out in Alhambra. Or anywhere in Hollywood that was $20 more. I was trying to have it all and eat my cake, too, without getting taken to the cleaners, but that bed was the straw that broke my back, and now I'm just throwing clichés around 'cos I'd rather just stay somewhere unoriginal next time.

    To its credit, the Royal Pagoda really is conveniently located, attractively landscaped, reasonably secure-feeling, and has very good air conditioning. It also has free parking, but when other guests can't be bothered to park in the lines, it can be difficult to take optimum advantage of that feature. We wound up parallel parking in the Bernard Street driveway one night because of the inept parking of some of our neighbors. If they'd just swap out those old mattresses for even the cheapest new ones, this Royal Pagoda would get an immediate two-star bump and earn my enthusiastic recommendation.

    03/08/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    18. Sarah E.
    I'm giving this place a full boat because it EXCEEDED my expectations. The staff was extremely accommodating and nice. This is a MOTEL and I didn't expect much.  I wanted a clean place to stay for a cheap price and this place delivered!  The beds were comfy too! The location is very convenient to top it all off. Easy walk to union station and super close to the gold line.  I WILL stay here again!

    29/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    19. Matt P.
    I felt like an Asian Film Star from a bygone era during my recent stay at the Royal Pagoda. Apparently It used to be the A-List place for film stars visiting LA to stay at.

    In short, the place got the job done. I stayed here with some friends for an event nearby within walking distance. The Royal Pagoda was perfect if you are in LA or the vicinity of China Town and are heading out or arent going to be in your room for extended periods of time. We had a decent bed and a late check out time. Like I said, Perfect if you are partying and need a place to stay afterwards!

    Hardwood floors
    relatively clean
    parking was safe (at least for us)
    late check out

    None of the staff speak good english. Not a problem really, but a little hard to understand- especially when they tell you that they cant find your reservation and stand there searching for it- until they found it)
    No ice machine- expect the man at the desk to look bewildered when you ask for ice for 2 drinks. He gave us 2 6 oz Styrofoam cups. No one uses THAT much ice!

    I found it kind of endearing that the older gentleman asked us about 4 times loudly  "Meester, is this your car?" (pretty much every time we saw him).

    21/11/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    20. Lopez E.
    I wrote that last review too soon!
    SO as mentioned in the first review, one of my friends had his wallet go missing and pointed the finger at the employees, HOWEVER he ended up finding it today NOWHERE NEAR THE MOTEL. Foolishness thy name is Robert.
    I therefore retract my previous 2 stars, and award four stars instead with sincere apologies and will someday return to the Royal Pagoda Motel if I need an inexpensive decent room close to DTLA.

    03/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    21. Lisa B.
    If you are looking for an authentic ChinaTown Experience, I would choose the  Royal Pagoda Motel!  The front desk staff are very friendly and helpful--and from this location you  can stroll the streets of Chinatown, and visit shops, bakeries, and restaurants. The bed was comfy, the  AC was cold, and the bathrooms are small.   We used this hotel as our "home base" for touring around Los Angeles -

    18/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    22. May G.
    We were attending a memorial service this week and I came upon this place on booking.com . I read the reviews and figured it would be ok. There were 4 of us and I reserved a room with 2 queen beds for $179.99. Upon arrival, it didn't look like we were going to fit so I asked if they had another room available. I was offered an attached room with 2 beds also. The walk in price was higher and I got the clerk to match the price. How did I charged 230.19 for the second room? AND it was 2 double beds.

    The staff was friendly and all but I won't be staying here again. The hotel is an older set up, the owner has bothered to spend money on upgrades. There is a fridge in each room but they were in bad shape, there were no brackets on the shelves of the door so you can't put anything on them anyway. The (produce) drawer was broken. It kept our drinks cold but it really should be replaced. There are no microwaves in the room, there is only one in the lobby. There is no ice machine in the common area, you have to ask the front desk to get it for you. We got back after midnight and there was no answer with the service bell, it was 90 degree outside and no ice. Ugh!

    You get what you pay for most of the time but this was overpriced for what I paid. We are going back to LA in the first week of June, I will be staying at a reputable hotel.

    19/05/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    23. Stan T.
    A very good choice for the budget minded or just needing a place to sleep without the frills and thrills. Rooms are nice and clean. Parking can be a squeeze if the motel is booked. Very good choice especially if you're visiting and going to a LA Dodgers game! Go Dodgers!

    01/06/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    24. April L.
    First, I came in a room where someone was smoking in the room before me.  It stinks.  I went back to request for a different room, he was not there, I rang the door bell and then I spotted a copy of my driver license laying around in front desk. I was livid.  The guy in the front desk showed me a sign that reads, No vacant.

    25/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    25. Eva E.
    This is my second time staying at the Royal pagoda.  It is a great place if you are looking for a cheap but clean place to stay in LA.  Picked this place because of the location, it is close to downtown.  Located in a safe and quiet neighborhood with FREE PARKING! Transportation is very easy as well,  the freeway is a few blocks away and there is also bus line running in front of the motel.

    The place is run by a Chinese family, they are very friendly and take pride in keeping everything tidy.  The day staff is very helpful, but the night staff didn't speak much English.  However, there are tons of pamphlets in the front desk area with ideas of where to go, etc...

    The room itself is very clean for a motel.  The bed is comfy.  Each room has a TV heater, air conditioner, and fridge.  The bathroom  has all your basics needs including shampoo, cups and shower cap. My only complaint is that the towel are hard and scratchy.  If you have sensitive skin, it might be a good idea to bring your own towels.  I would recommend this place to anyone who is looking for a cheap place to stay in LA.

    Fun fact: There were also a few movie that was filmed at the Royal Pagoda, including Rush Hour and a couple of old school movies.

    24/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    26. Johnny F.
    Loved it. It was my first time n it was pleasant. I live in l.a. but needed a room for the night only. I did not want to leave. Its very relaxing here. Clean quiet n affordable. Same price as a motel 6 and waaayyyy nicer n cleaner

    19/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    27. Gnehs R.
    The front desk guy was very rude, when i checked in he raised his voice and  constantly asking who will be in the room with me and how many people. Like really? ??? The info i put online was not enough?  Anyways, the room that my parents, little brother spent the night was awfully weird. The moment when my dad open the door, my little brother 1 year 5 months will not come inside. There were no other choice other than to come inside and rest. So he, my father took my baby brother inside the room. Around 9ish the baby starts crying like someone annoyed the shit out of him. After a good 30 mins of holding and calming the baby down, he went to sleep but not for long. At 12 mid-night he's back up crying like crazy. I got kind of freaked out bc he was never like that before. My family and I are still very traditional, at the time my father did some spiritual stuff but it doesn't seem to help. The last thing i can think of is to go to the ER. Few mins later his crying is louder and louder, its late and we are from 6+ hours away. So my father decided that we should start packing and check out. At the time we're just rushing to get out of it n see if his reaction will be any different. It really shocked my for the first time, but the moment we walked out of that room he stop crying and he went to sleep right away without any hesitation. As we enter to the freeway, my father then mention that he sense that something is not going to be right already. But of course it was just something that runs in the back of his mind & he doesn't want to scared any of us so that's why he kept it til we were on our way home, than mention it. :( Overall, service was rude and the room was kind of creepy.

    08/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    28. Adriana D.
    Disgusting, filthy , and noisy filled with the scum of the earth . One star for friendly staff. See photos and you can decide for yourself!

    10/02/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    29. Karen C.
    I called and asked for two beds and the receptionist said he would hold the room for me an hour. I get there, and he said just on bed when I asked for two. He made me go from Venice Beach to Chinatown, the rates not as good as they seem. Even when I saw the bad review I wanted to give them a chance, they're all true. NOT pleased

    03/04/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    30. Jennifer D.
    I love China town! And this place!  Clean room's. With extra closet space.  Room 13 is creepy and I once stayed the night next door. That room has been under construction for years.  Could it be that number. 13 is bad luck ? I would Seriously like to know why that room is never used!?

    26/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    31. Jenny S.
    I was in Los Angeles Halloween weekend and needed a room to stay Thursday and Sunday night. I usually bid for rooms on hotwire but this was last minute and I was searching for a quick place. My boyfriend found this place on a limb and we were so happy we did!

    The place is family owned near Chinatown and was a convenient location for us to be near the city and still near friends in Eaglerock. On Thursday evening around 11-midnight we called and the owner said we can get a room for $85 which was a great price to me.

    The place had all the amenities we needed. They had a walk in closet which was great and full of space more than some hotels! They also had a mini fridge and a microwave near the front desk for us to utilize. They have flat screen TVs because my boyfriend always needs that. And the shower was tiled and fairly clean for a motel. It was everything we needed.

    On Sunday we called and the owner allowed us to stay for $75 you cant beat that! They have free parking and excellent wifi, upon checking out Monday morning, the owner's son was nice enough to let me sign in and print my boarding pass for my flight later in the evening. Hoy I believe his name was (sorry for misspelling) even gave us a recommendation for Dimsum that was different from the spot I yelped and it turned out to be spectacular (better than dimsum here in Houston) and the prices were great!

    I recommend anyone who needs a place to stay near the city and don't want the hustle and bustle of a hotel this is a great choice. I will definitely be back when im in LA and need a place to lay my head.

    13/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    32. Danielle L.
    This motel was a happy accident!  My fiance and I were in LA for the weekend and needed somewhere to stay on a budget.  We chose Royal Pagoda because it was affordable and in a convenient location for what we wanted to do.  When we arrived, check-in was quick and simple and we were on our way to our room in less than two minutes.

    When we opened the door to our room, we were totally floored.  Very zen decor, extremely clean, and just generally pretty.  The bathroom was pretty small, but clean and modern.  Hardwood floors, superefficient (although a little noisy) AC, and succulent planters outside on the balcony!  Honestly, we were just hoping for a halfway decent place to crash, but we got way more than that.  Will definitely stay there again next time we're in LA!

    07/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    33. Sarah H.
    The room was clean and quiet. It's within a close walking distance to the Metro station as well as the Grand Star Jazz Club. Free parking for customers, although limited. Definitely would stay there again. =)

    19/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    34. Mikey K.
    Incredibly friendly staff, free coffee and hot water available at all hours. Walking distance to train. We stumbled upon General Lee's bar on New Year's Eve and had fun there. It's about a five minute walk from motel.
    Our original room smelled like smoke and they moved us into another room our second day. Can't say enough about friendliness of staff.

    Also, check out at noon, which is a great perk. I recommend breakfast at Nick's Cafe if you stay here.

    *easy to find in the dark due to its stylish red neon lights.

    03/01/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    35. Melissa H.
    Love it here! The staff is pretty nice, very animal friendly and the room was clean! We've never really been to Chinatown, it's walking distance so check it out if you stay here.

    The water is a bit on the cold side in the shower, parking area is a bit small so park earlier in the evening, the cleaning lady didn't speak much english but we just talked to the receptionist.

    21/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0