Nite Inn at Universal City
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The flight is dull and sleepy until 1 hour before we land, then the impending sunrise creates a beautiful kaleidoscope of black and neon orange. Descending through the clouds the sight of the green lands of New Zealand are a welcome sight after hours of black night ocean. We are here. Beautiful.
[Boeing 777-300 Still amazes me that a giant bus/plane like this can lift off. We are in row 57, a very long way to first class, but at ...
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After a leisurely drive back to LA and a few essential stops along the way, the Lego store, we rumbled onto ...
... shock and awe, not just for the opportunity to see Ellen, but for the initiative, the love, the commitment and dedication to the task. This was a team effort beyond compare.
And so, with love, gratitude, happiness and a very warm heart, I best be off to bed now...
we are off to see Ellen Degeneres today!
From the bottom of my heart - thank you, thank you, thank you my very dear friends. This was one surprise I will never, ever forget. You got me!
We got up early and drove the RV to Universal Studios before it opened at 9am. It's only 12 miles but in the LA traffic it took 45 minutes.
RVs get to park in the "preferred parking" area which means you're at the front gate of the park which was a real bonus. We ...
... pictures of the "suites" on the second level in the pamphlet but us common folk just had to be happy with the entertainment consoles. It felt great being back in Japan - I was surprised, however that there were very few Japanese on our flight. Every other time we've flown to Tokyo it was always at least 70%25 Japanese. The first stop was the washrooms which for the kids ended up being one of the most entertaining things they did. When Jerra and Shayna got ...