Holiday Inn Long Beach Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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On the agenda today was the obligatory trip to Universal Studios, and we couldn't have asked for a better day. The weather was perfect (it was sunny and about 30 degrees) and we must have chosen one of the least popular days of the year for theme park attendance - I think our longest wait in line was at the very start of the day while waiting for the park to open! This did have its ...
... all the things that make up Santa Monica. It has hit the afternoon and now is cooling off.
We hang the bikes up and take our helmets off. I am glad that I went on this tour, it was very scenic and amazing views as well at atmosphere and people. I catch a taxi back to my hotel and indulge in some dinner on my way home at the restaurant down stairs. Day 4 here in Los Angeles is over for me and I cant wait to wake up for day ...
Today was one of those days we will always remember. We drove to Huntington Beach, the home of the Museum of Surfing. Gorgeous beach and lots going on. Volleyball nets all over the beach and surfers catching waves alongside the pier. One thing we thought strange were the oil rigs not far offshore.
We went to Newport Beach for whale watching. We paid the extra for the VIP pass which allowed us ...
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