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... can guess, we almost saw the stars up close - the Opra look alike and the red bearded man working on the side of the road. And we did this in the luxury of the open air truck, which swerved and jerked its way around Hollywood Hills. Carolyn barely managed to hold onto her lunch and even huddled in the provided blankets we were FROZEN. Julie took lots of catnaps. And Denise was just flat out! To end the tour, Von had the tipping in hand ...
... hours round trip on public buses we didn't get long there. The art works and photographs were really interesting, but the building and it's location were in a totally different league. The sheer amount of money Getty must have to run this astonishing institution, artistically crafted out of earthquake proof, imported Italian white marble, with galleries, restaurants, research cent res and stunning gardens to roam through and all for free, was astonishing.
The next morning ...
... and Goliath and also getting free from the Goliath
Angus and McKay - X2 ride on your back
O’Regan - Table Guacamole
Today, is a rest day. It's not intentional but life caught up with me unfortunately. It appears I am fighting a chest cold/throat thing. Not much fun frankly as we go in and out of the sun and air conditioning. We slept in till around noon... I got up to blog and went back to bed with chills.
BUT, we rise above because there is too much to do, too much to ...
... sets on a little tram car and then into costume and prop rooms. They have over 4,500 props, all catalogued, lots of them coming from England and the Continent.
There are literally thousands of palm trees which are not native to here - they were planted in the 30's an 40's in the hope of making it look like a beach resort.