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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 ...
... up close. I almost laughed in everyone’s faces at the foolishness.
When we got hungry, we walked back to the shopping center and ate at a little French place (more crepes…I know, I’m getting addicted, but they’re SO GOOD), then drove a short ways to a nearby Travelodge. The outside was scary, but we survived the night.
Tomorrow it’s off to the bright lights of Vegas, where we both experience something glamorous for the first time ...
... 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 ...
... months in Germany constantly in and out of surgery, half the time in a coma. Then 6 years in Texas, bound to a wheelchair or a bed."
Six years! Why so long? "Some of it was having to rebuild my hip a couple of times." I didn't press on the rest. I just paused to sip my coffee and shake my head, sensing there was more to come.
"Then my wife left me and my son died." Oh dear God, has anything gone right for this young man?
"So when ...