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... me, this is what I wanted to see, the rest was a bonus. At the tours end, we headed back to the upper lot to finish off our last 2 rides. The 'Simpsons' was another virtual ride, but it was amazing. It actually felt like you were plummeting through space at times. Our final experience was the Shrek 4D theatre. The seats would move, and water would spray at you. It was not our favourite, but it meant that we had crossed off all the rides in the park.
... flew me over from Australia invited me out to dinner that evening at a fancy French restaurant "Bouchon" in Beverly Hills. $100 bought me a half a glass of wine, a cocktail, a handful of various entree items shared among the group, and a little chick on a big round plate, oh and tap water. Suffice to say, the waitress was on the mark with the food descriptions, the venue was really quite pretty, and I even thought I saw Jane Fonda sitting at a ...
... would. Being on the road felt so freeing and cathartic. I loved it.
So from both Jacob and I , we want to thank everyone we saw along the way who took us in and fed us and offered showers and a warm bed. The trip was everything we hoped it would be and the memories will certainly hang with us.
Thanks for reading! Hope you enjoyed hearing about our not so little adventure.
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L + J
... walked on a few stars! Great to see Marilyn Monroe, Bob Hope, Liza Minnelli and The Supremes (D needed a picture!). Stepped on Tom Cruise - so small didn't see him!!!! Stopped off in the Pign' Whistle for a beer and Jameson's before we headed back on the other side and followed more stars. (We did find a link to the Fuku Burger place but it was closed when we got there!!!) Found an amazing shopping centre and then the famous 'hands and ...
... movies. Really interesting but close to home as Bobby's grandparents lived in Boyle Heights in the 40s and 50s. Did you know that Upton Sinclair, that muckraking journalist, in 1935 ran for the Governor of California. Among supporters of the Stop Sinclair effort were MGM studio head Louis B. Mayer, media tycoon William Randolph Hearst, and Los Angeles Times publisher Harry Chandler. During the campaign, Mayer turned multiple studio lots in Los Angeles ...
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