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... and found out that it was originally a sign saying "Hollywood Land" as a real estate advertisement for the land in the Hollywood hills. the "Land" part of the sign fell down the hill at some point, and the people of Hollywood loved the sign so much that they made sure it stayed. When the Pope visited, it was re-done to say "Holywood" and a few years ago, it was re-done again to be permanent, at a cost of $250,000.
We drove past the Beverly Hilton, the hotel ...
... youth may savor the challenge and promise of the future. Disneyland is dedicated to the ideals, the dreams, and the hard facts that have created America, with the hope that it will be a source of joy and inspiration to all the world." I'm not sure if I felt inspired after my long day, but I was definitely filled with joy. Disneyland is the best place to let your inner child come out and play and for a day, and let your imagination run wild.
... deciding to go to the Cheesecake Factory for dessert, you know, to get our Penny on, but the wait time was too long (half an hour; we'd had a long day already). So instead we went to a couple candy stores and a bakery and, well, truthfully we overdid it in the dessert department.
Now we're exhausted. Heading back to Vegas tomorrow at a much slower pace so that we can get some photographs and stop for lunch. ...
... but soon it went pitch black and the ride started in earnest. We were thrown around in the dark at speeds of 45 mph or about 75kph through the ride. All of a sudden the ride stopped, and we did the whole thing in reverse, really freaky. Hit Jurassic Park water ride next. Sedate canoe ride with a 30 metre vertical plummet at the end. Very cool indeed. Transformers was another virtual ride in that the trolley did all the moving with the 3D screens ...
... streets while you're hunting down a taxi to take you back to the crew hotel.
Essentially the nightlife here hasn't changed, clubs still close at 2am, but I believe some keep going until around 4am, but without the serving of alcohol. Regardless of what day of the week it is, there's always a club that is pumping, and my favourite of course is The Abbey.
I virtually lived there every night. Including the night I arrived.