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... hop on, hop off bus. This would be the 3rd time doing a bus tour in one of the big cities and so worth it when traveling with kids.
The tour took us through all the great spots of LA. We past a hotel that was called the magic castle and looked just like a castle from a story tale. We saw the old Roosevelt Hotel, featured in a few movies, as well as it being the well-frequented hotel of Marilyn Munroe.
We passed studios where actors ...
... We found a trail that led up to the griffith observatory. The trail was wide and dusty and the sun had just began to come out. It was probably about 30 degrees celcius at this point so it was getting pretty hot. The vegetation changed to a dry sort of desert type vegetation. There were quite a few people around in fitness gear and it seemed that walking in the hollywood hills was quite a popular thing to do. We eventually made it up to the griffith observatory. There were already ...
... to take 4 super long esclators down, which takes around 10 minutes to navigate.
As for the rides, ... ho hum, I think we were spoiled at Disneyland. We are not really keen on the 'motion master' kind of rides, where you are straped into a chair, and rocked around while looking at a 3d fast moving image, as we often walk away feeling nauseaus. So we have opted to close our eyes when this happens. Universal studios seems to use ...
... about an hour up and down
Myrtle Ave and took in some really cute stalls but it was really just
the environement that we were soaking up. Kaitlin wanted a balloon so
choose a horse. Watching her face as she watched the man make it and
then the hilarious photo that followed. Well, see for yourself lol
That night as we ate and wandered we
had the following questions. Are you from Ireland? Near Switzerland?
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Landing at Brisbane had us buying some duty-free for gifts and into the immigration queue. They have this magic chip-gate system that you can use if you are over 16. It doesn't seem to have made anything quicker. Then into the baggage claim hall. Mysteriously the airport decided that the Customs/AQIS staff were ...