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... On the boulevard, it is so incredibly busy. The street is lined with people dressed as movie characters you can take a picture with. They do it for tips, though, so be careful!
We walked up and down the Walk of Fame until we finally found the Beatles, right at the start, next to Elvis Presley. Dad was pretty excited!
It was getting dark already, so we hopped back on the bus to drop us near home before we cooked dinner for ourselves and watched some movies.
... LA moment" in the supermarket when I overhead two people talking, one describing himself as a "preditor"- a producer/editor. That's the most ridiculous thing I've heard.
We made dinner at home, which was nice after so many nights eating out at delicious restaurants (life is hard).
It was the evening of sleep, that I had the most amazing dream. In my dream, I was the queen of the world, and it was marvelous. Bow down subjects.
... There's lots to do, things to buy, food, artists, street performers. I got a cool video of some dancers. It was very cool.
At one point a really bizarre dude walked by me as I was about to take a picture and his friend yelled something like "get in that picture" and so the bizarro dude jumped in front of me and stuck his face right in my frame and didn't move except to give me a wild-eyed unhappy look. I can only imagine there is some 'code' by which some of the ...
... me, this is what I wanted to see, the rest was a bonus. At the tours end, we headed back to the upper lot to finish off our last 2 rides. The 'Simpsons' was another virtual ride, but it was amazing. It actually felt like you were plummeting through space at times. Our final experience was the Shrek 4D theatre. The seats would move, and water would spray at you. It was not our favourite, but it meant that we had crossed off all the rides in the park.
... nothing is impossible in Vegas. It is the only place in the world where you can see the Empire State Building, The Eiffel Tower and the Canals of Venice in only a few hours. Vegas is also referred to as the Hollywood for everyman, where you play the role instead of watching it. Needless to say, we spent the next four days living the Vegas Life. There was no need to get up before noon and the desert temperatures allowed you to stay outside for not longer than 10 minutes before you had ...