Hilgard House Hotel
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... the photo was always an action shot and most of the time we had our mouths wide open and hands in the air. We went back to Mickey's Toontown and visited Minnie's house. The line for Minnie was outside and we wanted to do it early rather than later as it was going to be hot again. After spending time exploring Fantasyland we headed into New Orleans Square and lined up for The Haunted Mansion. We were all a bit unsure about this ride and I was worried because I ...
... perhaps a bit of time in the rooftop garden.
Free to have a tour- audio or guided.
By this time, we were getting a bit hungry and so we went to Little Tokyo to get a bite to eat. Little Tokyo is essentially an area for Japanese restaurants, however a lot of the stores we saw were very general to the rest of the U.S. as well. It wasn't really what I expected, somehow I expected more. I wasn't too ...
... amazing and I loved it. There were street performers around, lots of stalls on the beach front selling junk, and skaters everywhere. It was really amazing. I got some great videos, and we headed to a bar for a couple drinks before we drove up the road to Santa Monica. We went onto the pier at Santa Monica, where there was a fair. Unfortunately it was just closing as we arrived, but I still managed to get some good photos. We wound up the evening with some great beers ...
... random facts, and had a lot of expertise in touring in general. We didn't realise that Beverly Hills & West Hollywood are their own towns - not apart/suburb of Los Angeles. You can definitely differentiate the moment when you enter the town of Beverly Hills too, compared to LA or West Hollywood. It is exactly the way you see it in movies; the palm tree lined streets are unique to Beverly Hills, the 'platinum' coated fire ...
... to Tiffany's!! So yes....Breakfast at Tiffany's it was!
I ordered a Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict, and Carol ordered the Smoke Salmon Platter w/Bagel. Surprisingly the meals were only $14 and $18! When we ordered the orange juice, we didn't realize one glass was $6! And this was the first place the water costs! $8 for 4 cups of water. But we weren't really fussed, the meals were ...