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... show informing us that someone had attempted to assassinate Reagan. There were many mores memories such as Reagan's famous line "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" We especially enjoyed exploring Air Force One & the presidential helicopter. One of the docents was so nice; she explained how CNN built the set for the presidential debate. Amazing what they did & how little time it took to build then tear down! We thought we had finished but discovered ...
... real odd characters. There was a bit of an edge to the place and I guess a good reflection of LA. There were a loads of 3 quarter tennis courts that I used to play as a kid at Hares Leisure McPleasure and plenty of heat being put in a lot of kitchens on court – very competitive. We then went past the famous outdoor gym and muscle beach and Thomas showed the locals his Thai trained guns but still a way to go to match at least ...
... rides... just in case you/your bag gets soaked.
And in case you are worried about doing Space Mountain or the Tower of Terror with your bag of goodies and electronics, all of my items survived each ride. My backpack was a 17" laptop bag that goes out to about 7" of depth (packed). It went on every ride and after it will filled with souvenirs it was not always the most securely ...
... Watch out" in a deep, man's voice. Never seen Carolyn move so fast and thank goodness we were right at the toilets because Denise laughed till she pe&#d her pants!
Carolyn timed the walk to the minute. We arrived at the last set of steps for the day and scaled to the top of the cliff to be perched in the perfect spot to watch the sun slide into the Pacific Ocean. With red wine, plastic cups, hunks of cheese and biscuits all agreed that the walk ...
... Who needed to get wet when it was raining?!
We then went back up to the Upper Lot. To get between the lots you had to travel down/up on escalators - to be precise there were four of them and they were really steep! It probably took you close to 5-10 mins to get up or down if you didn't walk on the escalators.
We grabbed some lunch and then on to our first show. This was Water World, which is based on the movie of the ...