Radisson Hotel Whittier
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a second time. Back across to Cali Adventure for Ginny to hit Screamin' a second time, then we all did the A Bugs Life dodgem cars before it was back across to Disneyland for dinner and to settle in and wait for the famous fireworks display. Main St was absolutely packed by the time 9.25pm came around and the 'Remember Dreams Come True' spectacular began. Narrated by Julie Andrews, the fireworks ...
... from their world and the people that inhabit it. Bubbles of their own exclusivity and existence. Pretty much all the cars that we passed on Mullholland Drive were worth more than my house and half the city of Melbourne (think Bugatti and Maserati). Gated communities only for the exclusive. Amazing views of the city of Los Angeles as some of these houses are right up top of the Hollywood Hills. We passed the houses of John Travolta, Quentin Tarantino, Jack ...
... lay in the sun soaking up the last of the heat before returning to the NZ winter! We dropped Richard at the airport after lunch for his flight back to London :-( Tonight the girls and I did a bit of shopping. We leave here tomorrow night so will have a quiet morning and another swim before then. We are all looking forward to getting "home" and seeing everybody.
... knowing it must be nearby and were directed along a much better route which took us alongside the lake (although we couldn't see it) and up a steep hill which we parked on to look at the view. We were very close to the Hollywood sign and got some amazing pictures! The view over the lake was also lovely and we managed to see some of downtown LA pocking out above the mountains. We wanted to get down to the lake so we asked the ice cream lady if we could. ...
... We loved seeing the sea otters playing in their tank too.We had to rush through the tropical displays sadly as the closing time was upon us.Leaving the aquarium we wandered along the overly touristy cannery row shops and decided to get an early dinner. I was keen to get a seafood chowder somewhere. The drive back into the main part of town took us to the harbour side shops but parking was an issue and one way streets. No matter we found a street market in progress ...