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... that if you kiss a sea cucumber, you will get 7 years good luck, so Mom and I did, of course.
We’re back in the hotel now, and we're going to shower and get ready for the 16 hour (correction—two hours more than I thought) flight.
Say hello to Monday for us! See you Tuesday!
... today. We had wonderful views over Central Park, the Hudson River, the Empire State Building and a little view of the Chrysler Building. After taking lots of photos, we went to the gift shop up there and I got a NYC T-shirt and some postcards. When we arrived down, Meg got some breakfast and we went back to the hotel room to pack up and check out. It was a tight squeeze but Olivia's teddy Macy ...
... finally here!! We gave our first tip to our shuttle driver who was so grateful and was a lovely guy. We couldn't check in at the hotel straight away so decided to head down to the outlets and do some shopping. After an hour or so, jet lag was starting to set in so we headed back and fell asleep for 14 hours!!
On Sunday we woke up late and headed to Disneyland the happiest place on earth!! I was so excited I couldn't contain ...
... of the infamous sign. Apparently the city had made it illegal to get within even 100 ft of the sign after several emergency rescues and irresponsible behavior at the sign’s base.
It was of no consequence. I fulfilled my main goal of mapping out the route to the top as Roy and I would return by mid- day.
I took a more direct route home and arrived at the front door of the bed and breakfast at 9:30 am. Roy was fast asleep. Unfortunately, ...
... Mouse and Batman to name a few. With a request for photos they soon wanted a tip. We succeeded on taking photos from a distance due to a good zoom on the camera lens! We enjoyed a walk along the walk of fame, amongst the stars. After a few hours of enjoying Hollywood we got back in the car and drove through Hollywood, Sunset Boulevard, Beverley Hills before returning to the hotel for a very late ...