Royal Palace Westwood
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... which would have been interesting, but by far my favourite person so far has been The Intermittent Dancer. He was spectacular. You could tell he was really, reaaaally, enjoying the music on his ipod. Every now and again he'd just bust out on random tiny dance move. Maybe a hand flick, foot shuffle or a hip dip. Then he started to gain confidence and stared to string them together. But then he'd stop. I sat waiting with baited breath, c'mon dude! Bust it ...
... dinner sorted for Friday. Boom.
Shopping for food here is so much fun. I mean, I'm sure it might get old after a while but I think I'll probably get a fair bit of mileage out of it. Considering the odd trip to Roundhay Tesco is exciting you can imagine what I'm like here. So. Much. Willpower. Required. To be fair I've managed to limit it to chocolate covered cherries and mini peanut butter cups so far so I'm doing ok.
The roads here ...
... a bloody advert". (The Hollywood sign used to read Hollywoodland and was a 1923 real estate advertisement).
After that, I took some photos of the Hollywood sign.
The observatory was the star of the show however - fantastically interesting; we spent a few hours wondering round the excellent exihibits. Give me a scaled down rotating moon (and 9 planets - yes, no one had the heart to pull down Pluto) and I'm anyone's. Add to ...
... and Dustin even invited Brian and me for dinner! At around 10pm we had to finish up. My flight was due to leave at 0:35am, and because I only have an overseas passport the web check-in did not work. I got to the airport in time and before I could ask for a seat with extra legroom, my standard procedure, the friendly clerk from Alaska Airlines asked me if I would mind to sit in an exit row. I did not, and ended up having the whole row (6 seats :P ) to myself.
... the surrounding areas, it absolutely enormous and the effort to build is overwhelming, during the process 112 workers died. It was once the main road to connect the states of Nevada and Arizona however after 911 the country got paranoid that terrorists would attack it so they build a memorial bridge as the new route, which is what we walked along today and gives you great views on the Hoover Dam. Having read up about the build we jumped back in the car and crossed the bridge ...