Rodeway Inn & Suites near Convention Center
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... holidays in LA - the crowds were incredible. We ended up staying at our dining table to watch the fireworks and then commence the shuffle out of the park and ending the night quite late as the fireworks don't start until 9.15pm.
We managed to get up a little earlier than we had been the following day to make the hour long trip back to LA (from our hotel in Anaheim) to visit ...
... them weren't operating today. We actually found that a lot of areas of the park there were only some things open and others closed for the winter. A bit strange, but that's America for you!
Our first ride was called the Silver Bullet. This one your feet dangled down and you went through loops and corkscrews at high speed! We found that all the rides here are really short - we are guessing this is to get through the queues of ...
... Depp would, and even blinked his eyes! Next was "It's a Small World", one of those ones you more have to go on just to say you've been on it.Thankfully, the little cruise through on the boat mostly included Christmas carols, so the song didn't even get stuck in my head! It included mostly light shows and dancing dolls from around the world, and it was actually quite long too - No wonder the line was massive. We also went on "Splash Mountain", which was exactly that - a huge ...
... street and had a McDonald's for lunch. After getting back onto the coach, we drove to Beverly Hills. We went past Fox studios and down Rodeo Drive, where all the expensive shops are. We then drove past all the nice houses in Beverly Hills, as Brook played the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, explaining that Bel Air is the most expensive place to live in the US. As we drove into Hollywood, Brook pointed out where different celebrities wine and ...
... hill. Next stop ; Beverly Hills 90210 (the most famous zipcode in the world)
We actually just drove around here for a bit, but didn't stay long. It was much as I expected; nice big streets with palmtrees, high fences and here and there a glimpse of an huge villa. Again we didn't spot any celebreties, admitted we didn't do much effort to search for them either.
Another famous must-see : Rodeo Drive ...