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... a photo of the President if we wanted a photo with Obama. Most of the exhibition concentrated on old and new movie stars. Manuwai and I enjoyed hamming it up with a few poses.
In the evening we caught up with my friend Kamala who I have known since Primary School days in Sri Lanka. Although living at different ends of the world we had have managed to keep in touch and met up in Sri-lanka over the years. It was great ...
... fried flat rice noodles, broccoli, tofu and a sweet soy sauce mixed through it. We then took a stroll down to the local Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf cafe and I had my favorite chai tea latte that they make! It comes in a huge cup but it's warm and tasty and hits the spot for a cold night! It's an early one for us tonight as we are out of the hotel by 5.30am! I was hoping to see a famous actor or actress whilst here in Beverly Hills but seems as ...
... hand and foot prints of most of Hollywood's A-list over the last 50 years. It was really good fun and our guide was very funny and clearly had been doing these tours for a long time as he knew all the goss on each of the celebs and where they like to hangout. We saw the homes of Jackie Chan, Tom Cruise, Ozzy Osbourne, Vinnie Jones and Will Smith to name but a few. As well as the playboy mansion and the house that Micheal Jackson died in (which was a bit morbid but strangely ...
... Once you get to Venice beach area that's when all the crazy shops along the beach appear along with bars and places to eat and also lots of medicinal marihuana shops and of course crazy people. We stopped at Venice beach and locked up our bikes near a bunch of food vans at a skate park area and walked along in front of the shops and buskers for a while. There were a few bands and musicians, some were just beggars, one little boy was dressed like ...
... of the Tournament' emblazoned on it. She was stoked.
The show was fun and the meal, surprisingly good. Afterwards, we went back out to the area where we were originally greeted and Danielle got a photo, which she had had taken earlier, signed by both the Master of Ceremonies and the Red Knight.
We headed back to our hotel and it was lights out pretty early as we had the first of our 3 full days at Disneyland tomorrow.
Over and out ...