Nite Inn at Universal City
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The Pier is also the Western end of Route 66, a road on which we travelled quite a lot on our journey from the east to west coast, so it was call to see the sign that shows the end of the line.
Finally it was time to hit the beach, and what a gorgeous beach it was. All sand and very warm, but too hot for me to lie out on though, and Alex and Ruth concurred. Hayley I expect would happily have laid down on the sand and burnt a bit more but that wasn’t happening. Instead ...
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Down to the bottom lot and on the Mummy ride which puts you in a communal jeep for a chase through the dark, scary world of the Curse of the Mummy. The ride is really fast and unpredictable and has some fun ...
... up the cute little beach town of Avila and went to Maria Callender’s for a Kahalua cream pipe. We also did a little more shopping at another outlet mall just to ensure we weren’t missing anything for our South American advantage. Jay was content as we did spend some time at sport stores buying a new tent for SA.
It was so lovely spending time with Sally and Kirra in the US, you guys were outstanding tour guides and the best bit was getting to cruise ...
So last night was interesting. We walked along the path at the beachfront to go find some place to eat. Neither of is have ever seen so many thanks before. They are everywhere here. Not just the ones like back home, where they just have some blankets and lay on the floor. No. These guys have their trollies find with ****, some have tents ...
As our trip is ending, it is time to reflect on what a great trip it was. We got really lucky in every sense. Overall we had great weather, very few mishaps, nothing stolen, and barely any illness. Of course there were inconveniences, but overall we got very lucky.
We were fortunate enough to experience 9 out of Lonely Planet's 15 top experiences in South America. The other six were either in countries that we didn't visit or ...