Nite Inn at Universal City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
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... the action. It is very impressive!
Having survived Skull Island, we continued on through Jurassic Park, past the War of the Worlds airplane crash site (used for 3 minutes of film footage, noting the plane (an actual Boeing 747) cost $60,000 and $200,000 to move it!) plus the classic sets of Jaws, and the underground metro in an earthquake, complete with crashing lorry, train and a flash flood.
The new conclusion of this tour includes a Fast & ...
... to tell which trails were easy strolls or strenuous climbs and of course I went on those I thought was the hardest. It was a 3/4 mile trek until I reached the ocean and Oh My Goodness. Blue Blue Blue water! It was quite a sight to see millions of round stones instead of sand. I walked down the beach and saw a few people up on a rock ledge. Thank goodness there were 2 guys ahead of me because It would have taken me forever to figure out how to get ...
... school bus
after school bus pulled up and unloaded kids spending the day. So we
hurried to the front of the lines to make sure our early start wasn't
spoiled by waiting for classes of kids. We were 5th in
liine and they told us we had to go into another line to activate our
San Diego Go Pass. We bought the 7 day one and it gives us access to
44 attractions, as many as we can visit in the 7 days. So Knotts
The Greatest Adventure is Starting to Begin - Welcome to the very first entry to the worldwide Victory adventures. I suppose you could actually say our adventure actually started a while ago. I am not really sure the exact moment, maybe the day we decided to finally do this, or the day we sold our house in Austin, TX, or maybe you can even go back further than that and say this is all part of a bigger plan we are participating in and it began the evening of October ...
... 100th time we laughed as the candies sped down the conveyer belt as they stuffed them in their hats and blouses to hide the fact that they couldn't wrap them fast enough.
Then we walked a block away to Edelweiss Candies where Lucille Ball had been a frequent customer. She knew she wanted to do a gender switching episode but was stuck on what kind of job the women would get. When the idea of a candy ...