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... a little north of Arcadia into a little town of Monrovia. This also had a small town feel. There was some sort of farmer's market or fair going on downtown, closing the main road. This felt like something a small midwest town would do. We walked around the tents with various foods and trinkets for sale, stopping to purchase a large bag of kettle corn. It was cool to see a few towns in Southern California that didn't necessarily feel like LA or the ...
... just arrived. I guess when I'm seeing new things every day, it kinda feels like I'm not really settled in yet. I like it though. There are still so many things I want to do before I head back the Midwest. Check out Malibu and Point Dume, explore the shore and pier of Santa Monica, and climb some mountains in Angeles National Forest. Looking forward to some more adventures.
... 1985 house, George Mcfly's 1955 house, and the burger king where Marty hitches a ride on a pick up when he's late for school. (I even brought my long board to reenact the scene, although I didn't grab a car or go into the street because there was a ton more traffic than in the movie). After jamming out to The Power of Love by Huey Lewis and the News, we made our way back to PCC.
At night, we went to Santa Monica to see a showing of the 1942 film Casablanca. ...
... I'm excited to get to know more of them and also meet Cassie (basically team mom and captain of everything the Taylor students do out here. We meet her tomorrow for dinner and an early screening of a movie called Old Fashioned.)
After dinner, we were going to go to a movie in downtown Pasadena, but we couldn't find any parking and by the time we did, it was too late to see it. So we got ice cream instead, a ...
... stars have their signatures and hand and foot prints set in the paving slabs. The boys wanted to have their photos along side Tom Hanks and Robin Williams.
Of course, a visit to Hollywood would not be complete, without a guided 'open-top' minibus tour! This was great, as it showed us places we would never would have found on our own. We travelled along Sunset Boulevard, where we saw the Laugh Factory, where comedians try to get ...
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