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... Trump. It was very pretty, overlooking Catalina Island which was surprisingly large and not that far offshore. Also stopped at the Terranea Resort for a similar view. Skipped the $75/head brunch and bought a carnita (pulled pork) sandwich roll from the local corner store and went home to feast on that and leftovers. Settling in for a nap and a lazy afternoon before our plane leaves at near midnight ...
... with the pier that was a little tacky but I guess there was something vivaciously vintage about it. Other than that all that was attractive about the pier was a Bubba Gump Shrimp restaurant (a personal favourite of mine as Forrest Gump is one of my all time favourite films) and the end of Route 66. I have no idea what the significance of that is but there's signs all over displaying it - so naturally we had a photo taken there.
We somehow managed ...
... some much needed showers, Alex took us to a fun ramen restaurant in a very Japanese part of town where we got to customize our orders on an iPad at the front of the restaurant and then enjoy our meal at the chefs counter. We regrouped at the house where one of Alex's friends met up with us. Because this friend drives high profile clients around for a car service, he took us out to the bars in a fancy Escalade. We watched a fun bluegrass band at a cool bar, and ...
... up a bit. We headed back to the apartment at 4 and got ready to go out for dinner. We started by going for a wander down 3rd street which is the best place with so many stores, we didn't quite make it to the other end before we had to leave for dinner. Dinner was at C & Os in Venice, which is the oddest place, I'm excited to explore it properly tomorrow during the day. We then stopped off at Cold Store for an ice cream, they had some crazy flavours but I ended up with lemon ...
... ride. Much to our delight there was no line at all and we walked all the way through to the ride. This ride was the best of the day throwing you around making you feel like you are apart the Transformers battle. A must do when visiting Universal.
Next we went on The Mummy ride, which was short but was a lot of fun. It was in pitch black darkness so you couldn't see what was going to happen next which added to the ride.