Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Los Angeles Airport Hawthorne
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... and she said "Jimmy would want you to have one." She pointed to the one's that were already spoken for and said pick any other one. Shaking my head in awe, I strolled the room.
I selected one that had really struck a chord. It was a girl in a white dress with a bowler hat and quite a mischievous look in her eyes. Meg took it up in her hands and passed it to me without a moment's hesitation. I held it for a moment, ...
... 9999942779541px;">We made our way across the park and into Frontierland. We loved the themw of this land: log cabins, little refreshments trolleys where Cilla bought a corn on the cob, the Rivers of America where the steam powered paddleboat 'Mark Twain' went for tours around the river. We caught this, took some photos with the captain and first mate and enjoyed seeing all the characters and attracions around the river. This land fit really well with my hat too.
... she secretly wants to run for president someday. I wore the Bill Clinton mask and carried a sign which read, ‘VOTE FOR ME.’ I held the Bill Clinton puppet in one hand, and the sign and a McDonald’s bag in the other hand. Bill loves McDonald hamburgers.”
“How did they respond to your costume?” Cherub asks.
“Well, the contest was a huge production on the stage in our Auditorium ...
... big Harry Potterfans that they will love this tour.
Hollywood & the Walk of fame
Well what can I say... compared to a lot off other nice things to see or do, this is not really as fabulous as it sounds. I can't say I was disappointed, also here I was already informed to not expect to much of it. We thought it was rather funny actually, like "so is this it?", amazing Hollywood and the popular Walk of Fame. I also consider it ...
... we got outside what would be next door but a normal grocery store. Typical. I popped in quickly to buy some laundry powder pods and some much needed chocolate to perk us up.
We finally managed to catch a bus home, and although it took us 2 and half hours (majority was waiting time) it felt so good to sit down. One the last stretch home a local guy started chatting to us. He apparently just got out of hospital from his leg being crushed from a car hitting ...