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We had a bit of a sleep-in after a busy and long day before at Disneyland.
The four girls decided to walk down to the Beverly Centre for some shopping before lunch. As I had been before, I was the assigned navigator, a job which is not my best strength. I ended up getting us there, despite the many doubts from my sisters.
We were on limited time, but we still managed to buy quite a bit before we had to walk back.
We decided to take the Hop-on, ...
... and looked like an icicle, Frozen- esque castle.
The parade was to be at 5:15pm, but people were sitting on the curb of Main Street from 4pm, reserving their prime viewing positions. We were not so savvy, so when the time came, we were left to peek through gaps. Laura found a good place near a fenced-off garden, so no-one could obstruct our views. Again, the whole parade was Christmas themed, with chapters of the 'Disney' Christmas ...
... it to be a roller coaster, mummy - who had rarely seen many of the episodes didn't know what to expect., James was probably thinking this was going to be a really bad ride and daddy - like me- expected it to be a roller coaster.
Even though we had Frontofline passes it still took us 15 minutes to get onto the ride and when we got 'on' it we were asked to sit down in a car in a small room- it turned out that the ride was a 4-D ...
... with a grand skate park and many cafes and clubs. We spent quite some time sitting on the beach and watching people since there was so much to see. As the sun went down we ate a yummy chicken avocado wrap along the Venice Beach Boulevard and then headed to our last sight seeing stop of the day, Lacma, a modern art museum. It was way past closing time but we did not come here for the exhibitions that were inside. Rather, we wanted to see the ‘Urban Light’ sculpture made ...
... been tip toeing through what seemed a "Melrose Place" apartment complex where I felt I was invading the place, and did not belong. It's definitely a weird feeling rocking up at someone's empty apartment that they temporarily shift their life (or continually rent their space out), to make space for people like me to run a muck and live in their home.
If you've never tried Airbnb, it's quite possibly the easiest and convenient way to ...