Holiday Inn Buena Park Hotel & Conference Center
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... before going to the place to meet the bus. The bus came a few minutes early and we were on our way to universal studios to pick up some other tourists before heading back. The freeway was really slow and it took an excessively ling time just to get out of Los Angeles. Once we were out of the city area, traffic sped up, but we were still late to the game. We got out of the bus at the disneyland hotel and ...
... for a friend, but no luck a all...guess Eeyore is not popular. We had about an hour to kill so we went back to Main St and looked around there, waiting for the 'parade' at 5:30...which consisted of all the characters going by in cars waving at everyone, while the people inside the costumes are sure as hell glad that another day is over. I felt this need to buy something...anything...but just didn't feel like I'd wear any of the shirts (or if I liked it, didn't ...
... Beach, which was very pretty and had great views out to LA. We didn't get in for a swim, but I had a feel and it was pretty much a bath...
It only took about 20 minutes to get from Malibu to Santa Monica, we got the luckiest park ever and stopped right next to the famous Santa Monica pier. There wasn't much to do on the pier as we had just ate and neither of us go much on rides so we decided to walk to Venice beach, we were told this would be ...
... outside :D it was in it's own little tank....that seemed pretty cool, but a few metres down the road was the next of our strange encounters!!!!!!
(** Ollie gone for a shower so my turn to finish this entry - L **)
Venice Boardwalk is like a mini Glastonbury with hippies in flowery vans, lots of interesting characters, people drumming, singing, selling their wares, whiffs of the occasional druggy smell and Police slowly cruising by. Crowds of people walk ...
... 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 ...
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