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... via Little Saigon, the largest community of expat Vietnamese in the US. Although the buildings looked very American, the stores were all Vietnamese and we were definitely the only outsiders in the area! We found an authentic Vietnamese restaurant for lunch and enjoyed the great food at a bargain price.
Last stop was at the outlet mall not far from our hotel for a few holiday bargains! ...
... scary ride! (As the photo proves!)
Also on the Lower Lot was Transformers 3-D ride and Jurassic Park ride. I did the Transformers ride, but after this I felt ill again, so sat the Jurassic Park one out, which was fine by me as it was a water ride. Who needed to get wet when it was raining?!
We then went back up to the Upper Lot. To get between the lots you had to travel down/up on escalators - to be precise there were ...
... not what I was expecting, I was expecting it to be a rich glamourous place, but it really wasn't. It was quite a scary area to walk through, many dodgy people shoving flyers in your face, others trying to sell you "deals" on (fake) tours and people trying to get you to step aboard their "tour bus" - Creepy! We were warned to be aware of pick-pocketers and to keep all our valuables close to our bodies. The street is crawling with many homeless and also people dressed up ...
... the way back through "Downtown Disney". We then got some ice cream from Tiffy's and relaxed at the hotel for a while before setting off for dinner. It's hard work walking around all day for two days! My feet and back really needed the rest. Later on we walked down to the "Bubba Gump" restaurant for dinner, where the portions were still as huge as they were at Bubba's in Hawaii. Mum and Dad both had variations of fried chicken dishes and Jordan and I shared shrimp and ...
... discovered at Disneyland is "Fruit Carts". They had them in most of the lands around Disney and the fruit was cut and bagged and kept on ice. The pineapple and watermelon were so flavorsome and juicy and kind of outweighed the hefty price tag. $2.99 for a quarter of a piece of pineapple – and don’t forget to add the tax! Vegie cups were pretty good too. If you know me well you know I love my vegies. Aaron would get a knife to eat ...
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