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... explore the Grove Farmer’s Market. There were so many different shops and
places to eat at the Farmer’s Market. There was something for everyone.
Following our tour we came back to our
hotel and ate lunch and then headed back out to do my favourite activity . . .shopping!
One of my favourite stores to visit while
in the states is called Burlington Coat Factory. For my Canadians followers
this store is like Winners, but ...
... and lots of thrill rides (the Tower of Terror is an elevator rides that plunges you 6 stories - the screams from that could be heard all over the park) but not much in between stuff. We were lucky enough to see their parade which was quite good and we could also see the fireworks from Disneyland.
We said goodbye to the Disney plaza one last time and then queued up to get out! Another late night but a great day.
... god was it worth it!
Today was bound to be the best day, not only because of Disneyland and our first NBA game at Staples stadium tonight- but because today we got to meet up with our friends from back home- Josh, Jenelle, Owen, Josie and Brody. We met them at the gate where we left all of our cares and worries behind and entered into a world of fun, fantasy and magic! We went on so many rides- Indiana Jones, ...
... battled around the tram and we lurched from side to side. It was hilarious! We then went to Old Mexico where we saw a flash flood, to a subway station during an earthquake, past the harbour in Amity Island (Jaws), into a plane crash scene from War of the Worlds, past the Bates Motel and past numerous street scenes for New York, small town America and Wisteria ...
... what to get to eat. We order a small meal for us all, and make our way out again, feeling a little less awkward than when we walked in.
Taking Hayvenhurst, we start seeing some nice houses - we're guessing that this is one of the more expensive areas nestled in the hills. Following signs, we get up to Mulholland Drive and turn left to head back towards Hollywood. We find out later that going right means Mulholland becomes a dirt road!