The BLVD Hotel & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
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... me to donate to them as they don't have much money. I have met some really nice people at today's Midnight Mission and will cherish and remember this day. This charity is not to far from my resort so I have chosen to walk back to my hotel.
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... Dave could not see what was in store! Very clever Universal - well done!
the studio tour was entertaining too - we had to reassure Tahlia numerous times that everything was not real - especially Norman Bates actor carrying the body into the car from the motel and then running at us with his knife.
our last full day of our magical family trip of so many memories.
... airport is huge. One terminal is about the same size as Adelaide Airport, and so far I've counted 8! Right now Im sitting by a very American starbucks just absorbing this new place! Ok, so they might have Starbucks elsewhere in Australia, but its always seemed quintessentially American to me so I'm liking people watching, listening to accents while waiting for Cill's flight to arrive from Toronto.
Its warm and ...
... comfortable, but a two hour wait to clear customs and the most crowded and disorganised baggage reclaim area that I have ever been in made sure things remained interesting. Because of the delay at customs, by the time we got to reclaim our bags, about 10 more flights had landed and the 2 carousels delivering passengers their bags could not cope - the floor was littered with hundreds of bags, many in piles which at some stage may have corresponded to ...
... and the old amusement pier, to the Venice Beach pier. The area has a good range of unique architecture, some of it being beach style and others looking like 60’s time warp. Nearby Muscle Beach has an outdoor gym on the sand and is where many people work out to show off their bodies. The Venice canals are very foreign being built in the 1900s by some rich dude to look like Venice in an attempt to introduce culture to ...