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After coming back from San Francisco, I spent the last few days in LA enjoying the tourist sights. I also enjoyed spending time with one of my mentors and watching him in his element, which was leading a church. In order to knock off a few things off my 'list', I designated my last Saturday as the big adventure day. I hired a car and took my mentor's kids out for the day and here is a list of things we did... 1. Breakfast @ Phillipe's ...
Up at 6.00am showering and getting ready to get to Disneyland for opening at 8.00am. With it being cloudy we didn't know whether it’s going to be twenties or thirties. Even looks like it could rain. The backpack is pretty full.
... I noticed stars recent and not so recent, music industry, movie industry, directors, actors, musicians, bands, some I knew, some I had heard of (must of been before my time). Covering blocks and blocks and blocks, the Walk of Fame goes on and on and on...on both sides of the road.
Having arrived mid-morning, there wasn't much of a crowd and to be honest, it was disappointing to not see more glitz & glamour and no HOT cars doing laps either! Must be too early for the stars ...
... we could see where heavy guards gates and houses hidden behind trees. But the tour itself, and seeing where some of the most famous people in the world call home.. Is awesome!! I definatley recommend it.
Also on the tour we cruised down Sunset Strip and seen the infamous Viper Room, owned by Johnny Depp, the place River Pheonix died. Whiskey-a-go-go, and The Beverley Hills Hotel.
Our tour ...
... myself. A few people told me that LA is very overrated, I met many American tourists in Germany and they said the same. I must say I disagree, I think LA is great, there is so much to do (maybe not tourist wise) but it's not a place you would get bored if you lived here. My cousin's house is located on the outskirts of LA, it's a quiet suburban town called Agoura Hills. In many ways I've had the best of both worlds, I get to explore LA and come back to suburbia and ...