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Without this "push" the day would have been a more subdued "let's try the food, have a drink and chill to the music" kinda day rather than the "frenetic scramble, let's spin our brains out and scare ourselves sh$%less" kinda day it turned out to be.
So this is what we sampled:
Main Street Fireman show: what can I say - "Of course"
Jungle Cruise - very "punny" commentary
Tarzan's Treehouse - only for those with knees ...
... there we headed into Hollywood Boulevard for a walking tour with a guide. This started at Grauman's theatre where we learnt a little about the history of movies in LA and Sid Grauman who had the vision to build this theatre and many more. We then started walking up the boulevard with about 20000 other tourists and a few of the kids feeling a little uneasy with so many people around. We saw the Dolby theatre, location for the Oscars and also ...
... film a commercial. We saw famous props, including stunt cars from movies such as "Fast and Furious", and even went through a 3D King Kong experience. The 3D is much more effective when it is in 360 view, it was like the tram was really driving through the jungle! Especially with the bumps and turns, wind and water splashing from rivers. We also went through the sound stage, where the set was a subway. It was used in the filming of "Earthquake", so ...
... decided that they wanted a swim so Blacky very generously took the kids to the pool. It was way too cold for swimming for me, although not as cold as the river at Oak Creek Canyon in Sedona! They were only going for a quick swim, but obviously they were having way to much fun dragging each other around the pool as they came back showered and changed and it was almost time for us to go back to Disneyland and cash in our fast pass to Space Mountain.
... the salad bar. After taking lots of pictures and observing a fight on the beach and having the police show up, I headed downstairs to claim my luggage and organize it for the trip to the airport. I got a cab about 6:40pm and was at the airport about 7pm—the fare was $41 so you can see the flat rate companies are a bargain—-and this cab would’t take a credit card. Once again HNL was not busy at all; I’ve never been there when there has been a ...