Nite Inn at Universal City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... a little at the hand-holding, safety-first attitude, I had little idea quite how dramatic the route would actually be!
At first, we climbed up through the verdant trees in dappled sunlight. A few of the deciduous leaves were beginning to change but we were a little too early in the season for the full fall ...
... apparently the first rain they had since the beginning of the summer, so it was welcome by the locals. Once settled in my hotel, I ventured outside. Despite bringing an umbrella, I did not need it as the weather had cleared somewhat, which allowed me to walk a distance to make up for the lengthy hours of non-activity. Tomorrow is a new day, and I have not planned anything in particular. I have a map and the will to walk as far as I ...
... seaplane which hadn't been working on the first showing. Thankfully, the hero saved the day again and got the girl!! All good fun!
Exhausted after a long but fulfilling day, we grabbed a quick bite for dinner in the City Walk shopping centre attached to Universal, and then headed back to the Balboa RV Park (via the petrol station).
Last night in Bessie, before heading home. Suspect tomorrow will be spent frantically cleaning the RV before handing her ...
Oh how sore I am. Two days of hardcore workouts meant only one thing, hiking and healing! Well this was what I had in mind, but then again, I've never been to California and had to deal with elevation and 'mountains'.
I was so exited when I pulled up to the Abalone Cove Ecological Reserve on top of a cliff. It has two beaches, Abalone Cove and Sacred Cove. At first I couldn't figure out where to go because it was on a cliff and I ...
... walking the right routes but not finding any buses. We were both nervous and felt exposed, but actually didn't meet a single person or seem in any danger. We eventually worked out where a big hotel was and found a taxi outside. It was a very long day and really showed us that everything comes at a price, especially trying to get to and from Disney Land on a budget. LA is too huge!
After another exhausted lie in the next day we finally headed back out into the city on ...