Nite Inn at Universal City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it it's not a quick hop, skip and jump but more of a marathon trek across neatly kept grounds and an infinity-long driveway. And whilst Mr Starz Map patiently explained where the Olsen twins house was (eeeeh!) and Leo Di Caprio's (titanic moment here I come!), the iron gates slowly opened, a huge black Range Rover with tinted windows pulled out, security guards dominated the driver's seat and passenger seat, MJ was in the back (we ...
... Boulevard, known as a starting point for many world famous bands that used to perform in one of the clubs situated in this street (for example Guns Nī Roses). We also passed through West Hollywood, one of the most prominent gay-friendly neighborhoods in the USA. Before we left Los Angeles we didnīt forget to quickly check out Beverly Hills, including its numerous mansions belonging to rich people, and Rodeo Drive, known as “international fashion mecca” for ...
... a minion and have to pass this test. The ride was also in 3D and it was awesome!! The next ride was Jurassic Park!!!! We headed to the lower lot of the park - down 4 escalators...4!!! Jurassic Park is like the log ride and Wild Wild West rides back home. Travel slowly through the park, find out dinosaurs have broken out, get drenched. Then attacked by a T-Rex as you fly down a huge drop and get drenched some more!! I usually hate rides like this but I'm ...
... voltage we needed or which switches we needed to flick on or off to make things work. Luckily, a pair of men came to the rescue. The following morning the shower flooded and, with mum blaming my lion's mane for blocking the pipe, I was sent to locate a plunger. It didn't help. Another man then indicated we hadn't pulled out the lever which meant although we'd been ostensibly 'hooked up', all our water had been filling up the tank. With that resolved, the ...
... transformers show.
Drove abut 20 km Santa Monica Beach. We got there with just enough light to make out the horizon. It was good to feel the moist cool sea breeze. The beach is very broad. The pier was surprisingly underdeveloped compared to Fishermans wharf in SF. There seemed to be more locals, even fisherman.Also checked out Venice beach but it was deserted in the night.