Eden Roc Inn & Suites
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... Next stop was Rider Makerz where I built a custom remote control car. It is bright green SRT Viper with custom wheels and rims. I can't wait to try it out.
After some time in the pool this afternoon it was time for dinner. We had reservations at Goofy's Kitchen at the Disneyland hotel. I even tried Goofy's World Famous Peanut Butter and Jelly Pizza. The food was good and there were a number of characters to take photos with. Time to pack for the trip home.
... see. We finally got here about half 8 after a 7 and a half hour drive. It was a really good journey only hitting traffic once we were in LA but that was expected. We settled in and then ordered a pizza from dominos and got ourselves drinks for the room. Feeling really tired so going to get to sleep and be ready for Disneyland tomorrow!! So ...
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'It has been six months, but I am still crying over my loss.'
Grieving takes its own good time. We cannot rush it, though we may often want it to stop earlier than it sometimes does. It is a slow but progressive journey, littered with occasional backward steps. Over time, the outbursts of sheer emotion become less frequent, even though they ...
... Hinesh takes Jerick and Kayla on the rollercoaster and I go with Boogs and Montana to meet Jessie from Toy Story and to see a mini water display.
We catch the Aladdin show and Disney never ceases to amaze with the effort. The 45 min show was like a broadway production. Genie was the hit of the show spoofing everyone from the Kardashians to Beyoncé. The carpet ride around the audience was successful unlike 2 years ago when Lani and I had to evacuate the theatre ...
... Boulevard is a cross over point for a few of the tours. This theatre is where most of the Block Buster movies debut. It has the famous hand prints in the forecourt that date back to movie stars of the 20's. Originally named Gauman's Chinese Theatre, the naming rights were purchased in 2013 by an electronics corporation and it's now known as the TLC Chinese Theatre.... Guess everything is for sale in Hollywood...