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WEDNESDAY - LA
Another bad night for sleep so I slept in the morning til around 11am. Walked to Westwood to catch the ho ho again. Quick refreshment stop at Starbucks then on to Hollywood. Another roasting hot day but luckily the red bus had a sunshade. Sadly that bus terminated at the Chinese theatre and the next bus had no shade :-( After a circuit, I caught the yellow route to Santa Monica where I spent ...
... to head to the Hollywood forever cemetery where we watched the Adams family on the outdoor projector. Such a lovely experience. I spoke to Jed for a bit and turned out we had similar plans for the following day so decided to meet up one last time before we have 3 months apart! The movie finished around 11pm and we walked back to the hostel before heading to bed for some much needed rest after 24 hours of flights and ...
There was a stall selling fried scorpion tails which I said thanks but no thanks. Ewww! Went to the Phoenix Bakery which is the oldest bakery in Chinatown and famous for its cakes, so of course, I had to sample. I bought 2 brownie bites for $1 and oh my lord, they were good. Glad I didn't buy any more coz I would of scoffed them all. I was going to buy ...
... and hear the commentator in the first carriage. It was also good because after they showed you a certain area or bridge or something then they would put up on the monitors, some if the movies that had featured it. We saw all the lots that you see in movies, New York and a western set. A lot of the building have been used in different shows but just altered a little bit. We saw Wisteria Lane and the house from Physco. We went through a sound stage ...
... way onto the strip and it was queued with cars and people I cannot describe what I seen I have never witnesses or seen anything like this in all my life. We decided to get off the strip to hotel Mirage ASAP to get out of the traffic we were in the centre of the strip all was within walking distance. We checked in an it was awesome we took a walk around and there was so much extravagance in every direction at every hotel ...
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