Nite Inn at Universal City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and the kids started to kick off a little. Our next plan was to head to Santa Monica but grant reckoned it was too far away, and then it seemed we were driving into the bank district so we ate at a dodgy place which I'd rather not speak about after a small argument with my hubby. (Food just terrible!) Afterwards we headed to Santa Monica beach (15 mins later) and found tons of places to eat at! Anyway, we walked along the pier there and then onto ...
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... and they can't do anything quietly so we resumed our meal inside. Mine was OK but Daisy's looked and tasted rank - we complained and it got deducted off the bill.
We got a taxi back to Venice and had to stop off to admire the famous 'Venice' sign all lit up. We then walked back along the beach. It was really dead and no one was around so we sang quite loudly so no weirdos would approach us because we were acting like one of them - this seemed to ...
... small group of Danish teachers. Now it is a beautiful, diverse and modern little town with fine restaurants and lovely shops. There are quiet tree lined streets, horse drawn wagons, Hans Christian Andersen Park, windmills, Danish pastries and dozens of quaint shops. We wish we had had more time and could stay overnight in Solvang because it would be so lovely to have a nice romantic dinner in this small piece of Denmark.
From Solvang we drove all the way up to San Francisco which took us approx. 6 ...
... 10 and well worth it for the history lesson.
After that we looked at all the handprints and autographs in the cement and walked down Hollywood Boulevard looking at all the pavement stars and wandering into Tourist shops. By then it was getting dark so we found a supermarket and got some supplies and had a quick mexican dinner before heading home to pack for out drive to the Grand Canyon,