Bevonshire Lodge Motel
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Friday Dropped off our beetle convertible and America Rob kindly picked us up! He drove us back to his amazing house where we stayed with him and his wife Jess for the weekend (thanks guys). We wandered around the local area before getting ready to go out for dinner. We went for dinner at Night + Market on Sunset strip. This is an amazing Thai restaurant that serves 'street food'. After we had eaten we drove down Hollywood Boulevard and saw the ...
... Land was so realistic, just like the exact Springfield. Having a Duff beer in Moe's Tavern was a highlight! Colin Park style!
The animal show was so good, dogs, cats, birds, rats, chickens all performing, mum would have liked that one!
Got soaked during on the Jurassic Park ride as you dodged the T-Rex! Spare T-shirt came in handy.
Finished the ...
... all pretty hungry by that point! We found our Washington family who arrived about 30 minutes before us, and then about 1.5 hours later, our Napa Valley family joined us. It took quite a bit of time to get all the passengers loaded onto the plane for the second leg of our trip, but after a slight delay (apparently someone accidentally left with the safety clearance checklist that the pilot needed to be able to get taxied out), we were ...
... about it. Imagine me trying to explain the security guy that I wanted to walk around and take pictures because a band that doesn´t even exist anymore filmed something there 10 years ago. I don´t think so. I already looked like a creep walking around with a camera, taking pictures from behind the fence -_-
The church was better. It was actually really amazing. First we took pics in front of it (<3), then we tried to open the front ...
... in 1996, with tracks connecting Hill Street and California Plaza.
We visited Walt Disney Concert Hall, is the fourth hall of the Los Angeles Music Center and was designed by Frank Gehry. It opened on October 24, 2003. What an impressive building it is!
The Bradbury Building, Built in 1893, has an impressive atrium. We also visited the Beverly Hills Civic Centre, with its Spanish influence ...