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... best chimichanga of my life. Nice and crispy. They had gotten an award for the best margarita in town, but I found mine a bit salty for my taste. Still pretty good though.
Following dinner, Mom, Stacey, Brenda and I walked around some of the little shops around Manhattan Beach. Most of them were clothing boutiques, which wasn't the kind of place we wanted to go for knick knacks or souvenirs. Finally we found a store called "Udderly Perfect," a ...
... normal;">Angus was disappointed we didn’t get to see the horse but we did see Sandra Bernhard which is kind of the same thing.
They gave out prizes for various things like tee shirts and cupcakes - Rosie was very excited she got a cupcake for enthusiastic audience participation.
... meaning two great shows were in the same studio!
The museum which had many props from Harry Potter and Batman. My favourite was the sorting hat which sorted me into Gryffindor! Also loved the chimney with all the Hogwarts letters coming out of it.
Lastly seeing the Big Bang Theory sound stage and actually sitting where the studio audience usually does. Again the sets are really cramped and lined up one after the other with ...
... munchies ordered on seeing the Belgian waffle picture in the window, for our energy resources of course. We had our quoter of salt ingested from the sea, sugar boost and energy tab prescription saw us right. We have worked for it today, our just desserts for all our hard efforts. This route was a 10 miler and we still had to get back again. The sun was setting as we sat in the sand in my dress style no. 1 of the day. Feeling blessed to relish in the beauty ...
... and Desert gardens were our favourites. The Japanese garden even had a Japanese house. It also had a special exhibition of bonsai in dedication to John Yoshio Mark who was one of the most influential bonsai master of the 20th
Our last stop was the Art gallery which is housed in the original Huntington residence. The original residence was 55,000 square feet with a further 2,900 square feet hall added in 1934. The gallery has ...