Oakwood Apartments - Woodland Hills
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... with preferential seats and a 'meet the actors' opportunity thanks to our passes. The show is really good with lots of explosions, action and people (especially those in the first five rows) getting very wet.
After the Waterworld performance we visited the Lower Lot and, again, using our passes to good effect, we jumped the 40-50 mins queue for the 'Jurassic Park' ride which only opened last month. This is located on the water so you know you will get wet, ...
... I had 20 people staring at me waiting to see which wave would slam me into the rocks. I couldn't turn around! I tied my bag around my shoulders and patiently waited for a wave surge to come. As the water went back out I saw a rock underwater and made my move. ( see pics) Thank God I have 'some' rock climbing experience cause I was fast as lightning crossing over before the next set of waves hit. I still had to climb the side of the cliff to get ...
... park at
10.45am which was hard to stomach since we'd pulled up and parked at
8.45am. Still, we got in and the longest queue we had all day was 25
minutes, most were only 10-15 minutes or less.
It was amazing to see the kids on all
the rides. I knew Josh would be fine but wasn't sure about the girls.
We started with the Log ride which is a classic everywhere and they
all loved it. So we went on the boomerang. Well, ...
... Austin, we were able to stay with my parents for a few months and help them fix up their house in the country while we finished tying up some loose ends. We had a great time with our family, attending the children’s school events, watching the newest members of our family grow up too quickly, and just get to know our family a little bit better. It was a wonderful time and I am really glad we decided to take that time to spend with them.
4.10.15: we started to begin ...
... when she goes on tour.
We were feted at Spago, "the flagship of Wolfgang Puck's dining empire.". Stupendous food, fun company and this is what I learned: The M embroidered on our elegant bed bolster in our room is not for Montage ... it's for Martin. The Levines' bolster has an L, the Burns' a B. Over the top.
It was an amazing week. Happy to be heading home. Love to all, Georgia