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... all in the line to order cheesecake instead of bananas. If we had stayed much longer, they would have had to change their sign!
We decided to finish the day off by going to the movie Jurassic World (Ruth and I figured a good scary movie would keep the kids up all night so they would be tired and sleep on the plane on Sunday). Prior to executing our ...
... got a chance to see how much we would of weighed on all the planets. Being the geeks we are, we could of spent all day in there but we new we had to do the tedious journey back. So around 5 o'clock we headed back. For our last meal we opted for a healthy salad with the chicken we had left over. The short time in big LA was up and we had finally got over our jetlag. We had fun, but were ready to move on. We were especially looking forward to our adventure in our little home with ...
... for LA, I was still cheering when Dante Exum of the Jazz got the ball (I am still an Aussie after all). The clippers won in the end, and after trying to work out some of the extra rules that they have in the NBA that they don't in the NBL, we left the building extremely tired.
When we got back to our apartment (after walking down the street with all our Disney loot), it was pretty much bed time as soon as we could lie down. Peace out from LA xoxo.
... almost believed it was happening for a second. There were parts where you really felt like the car was falling. And the 3D stuff coming towards you was pretty damn realistic. Without wanting to boast, when it was all over Optimus Prime told us that our bravery had saved the world. You're welcome.
Next up was the roller coaster which has the theme The Mummy. There's no loop-the-looping or anything but it's very fast. I haven't been on a roller coaster ...
... don't even live in Beverly Hills, many live in Malibu apparently.
We drove up Mullholland Drive to the Summit to see the Hollywood sign and the city. We didn't get any views of the city as the smog was pretty thick. From the top we did see a few gated communities that some stars are choosing to live. with the number of buses tour buses in the area with people expecting to see their favourite stars this trend it is ...