The Canoga Hotel
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... it kind of looked like the Hollywood Tower Hotel on the inside. I refrained from taking the elevator.
After a brief respite, we were back on the walk of fame, star hunting. I dodged a few creepy Spider-Mans to do so, but I finally found Walt Disney's star. I felt accomplished. From there we went to the courtyard outside Grauman's Chinese Theater. I was hunting for Audrey Hepburn handprints for a good 15 minutes before realizing she probably didn't have any ...
... I'm sure my knees are still knocking! We grabbed some lunch at the Ghosttown grill eating typical, overpriced theme park food (but we loved every bite). To finish off our greasy meal we ordered the boysenberry pie mmmmmmmmnnnnnnn best dessert EVER (check the pictures above). For the next 10 hours we rode the roller coasters then rode the good ones a second time around and stuffed our faces with healthy *sarcasm* wholesome *sarcasm* food such as cotton candy, ...
We had a fabuous day. Still setting up
the RV and yet to sleep in it but we went to Home Depot this morning
and Ben bought some lumber to cut up and make levelling blocks for
stabilising the RV. This is only possible as Scott is a builder and
has all the tools Ben could need to do home handyman things before we
leave. So he also removed the bike rack off the rear so we don't
impale anyone while we are backing up. Then we went ...
... born in NJ, and still live just a few miles from that very Hospital. I may have grown up in that small town, but I grew old of it pretty quickly. In 1999, when I was 19, I packed a suitcase, and drove out to LA with a high school friend. No, I didn't want to be an actress or musician, but rather was looking to grow personally, and do more with my life...things NJ couldn't offer me. At the time, I had $300 ...
... freeways that go slow, pretentious people, and not good value for money. Food chains much the same although we don't have a walmart. To be honest we didn't see one but might have been nice to sample some local culture (people of Walmart) inside a store and check out the range of "heat".
Today was a bit of fun but seemed rushed at every stop.
Thankfully we were not like the huge Asian tour groups being herded everywhere.
tbh we ...