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... a shop called "House of Bijan" which is apparently the undisputed most expensive shop in the world. It is appointment only, and clients spend on average $100,000 each appointment. From the outside, it didn't look superior to the other glittering fancy shops on this drive.
Rodeo Drive also had chandeliers as street lights down the middle of the road, which symbolised the ostentatious nature they showed their wealth.
We saw the Hollywood sign from afar ...
... was timed perfectly to music, of course. At the conclusion of the fireworks, the light towers sprayed everyone with fake snow. It was gorgeous, seeing this snow fall gracefully and slowly on everyone, and the children squealing with delight as they tried to collect it. That was definitely my favourite part of the show.
When Walt Disney opened the park in 1955, he said " Disneyland is your land. Here age relives fond memories of the past, ...
... life; even the pizza deliveryman is invited in to join us. She’s an honest, faithful friend who shows compassion and empathy, and is rarely judgmental. Her friends know that their secrets are safe with her. She accepts and forgives quickly, and doesn’t hold grudges. She enjoys talking, and can’t live without a phone nearby. Her phone has often interrupted many of our Scrabble games and ...
... get fat here, can't believe how many fast food places we've crossed next to the roads. About five times more fast food places than petrol stations. Arriving at my destination it felt really good and felt instantly at home. Cameron from podshare (the place I'm staying at) was lovely. I payed the rest of the fee and when I was fighting with the money a bit he had a good laugh as he wasn't used to the money. I guessed he was from Australia, which was totally true. ...
... but soon it went pitch black and the ride started in earnest. We were thrown around in the dark at speeds of 45 mph or about 75kph through the ride. All of a sudden the ride stopped, and we did the whole thing in reverse, really freaky. Hit Jurassic Park water ride next. Sedate canoe ride with a 30 metre vertical plummet at the end. Very cool indeed. Transformers was another virtual ride in that the trolley did all the moving with the 3D screens ...