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So after an hour on the runway because of an apparent mix up with refuelling numbers, my flight finally left London Heathrow on its 10.25hr journey to LAX. I'm a pretty seasoned traveller but I forgot how much all this travelling lark takes it out of you. Once landed, a bleary eyed mess, I made my way to passport control only to be reminded why I'm not overly keen on flying in to LAX. I'm all for ...
So tired. So very tired. Then pumped up, up and down on more roller coasting fun and round and round on a very deceiving Ferris wheel. Then hit a brick wall. Our day in a nutshell.
Why are we so tired? Because some kids (cough, Ben, cough) decided it would be good payback to knock on the teacher's door at 6am! (Mind you after forcing them to get to sleep at 1am) all in the name of fun. Haha.
It was another day at the fabulous Disney theme ...
... until half 6 for the parade that we caught a bit of earlier, we got really good seats for that and the song was stuck in our head all day after that. For the last two rides we went on the Pirates Of The Carribean ride where you sit in boats and it takes you round a story again but with a few drops and in almost complete darkness which was terrifying for me, the children in our boat weren't fazed by it at all though! And then we queued for ...
... saw some fairly exotic pieces of machinery. Electing to take a guided tour of "The Vault" (secure basement of the building), we enjoyed a collection of vehicles they can't fit on display in the main building. Unfortunately, no photos are allowed, we even had two security guards follow our group to ensure we didn't.
Pretty lazy afternoon around home and back down to Sunset strip for a greasy Gyros (something like a Yiros, but greasier.. )
... get a bit wet, it was crazy. We also drive into a sound studio that looks like an underground subway where there is an earthquake and the ground crumbles and we got thrown around and there is fire and water, all in all it's a pretty entertaining tour. Once we finished there we got in line for the Simpsons ride called Krusty land. The line was pretty long but they kept you pretty entertained with lots of monitors playing Simpsons things. They make ...