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... to ask them if they could let me in. Or marry me or something.
Later Mom, Auntie Brenda, Grampa, and Justin reunited for us and we closed down the park. We rode the Indiana Jones ride, which was awesome, and then the Matterhorn, Star Tours, and Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters. Fun fact, I am a Space Scout level Space Ranger.
We returned to the hotel where the air conditioning was broken, so that was a fiasco. Oh well. Tomorrow's another day!
... kept on through Grizzly Peak until we got to the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail. Jesse & Hannah got the challenge pamphlet and set about doing the challenge. They did first challenge with ease. The second challenge involved a tyre flying fox. There was a bit of a line up for this challenge and whilst in line, Hannah got the jitters and needs to go to the toilet for a nervous poo, before completing the 2nd challenge. The girls completed the remaining challengers except ...
... Em Buggies. I loved seeing all the details that went into creating this area . . . for example, the benches were made out of huge "popsicle sticks" and the lights overhead were giant straws and pencils, making us feel like we were little ants ourselves. Soarin' Over California was especially neat to see because we now recognized several places since we had just been there! The kids earned a "Wilderness Explore Badge" by completing tasks at the Redwood Creek Challenge ...
... palm trees along the beach front were gorgeous. Venice is quite an alty artsy area - perfect for people watching. We grabbed lunch at The Venice Ale House on Venice boardwalk which had lots of craft beers and the food coming out looked great. We took the bikes back and made our way to Beverly Hills to check out Rodeo Drive - WOW! literally every lable you can think of and the syreet itself even looks fancy. All white, palm trees and smelt like perfume! Unfortunately no ...
... having trolleys with their 'possessions' in them. Apparently there is quite a 'population' of homeless people in LA and by judging by what we saw today, we are not surprised!
We then carried on to Hollywood, where we stopped to see the Chinese Theatre and the Dolby Theatre where they hold the Emmy Awards. We found Peter Jackson's Star here on the walk of fame right outside the Dolby Threatre - an appropriate position we reckoned, but maybe we are ...