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... for some reason Kristi wanted to see the famous "Hollywood" sign, after negotiating some crazy traffic we finally found a car park at the shopping centre that is the so called best viewing spot, only to find the sign can't be seen at night as it is dark and it's not lit!!! We then headed for home, we passed the Mormon Temple which was unbelievable! It is so huge and flash! Tomorrow we start heading up the coast towards San ...
... the local boogie boarders for a long time. I’d never seen anything like it before; these people were so good at it!
Dinner was a 6:30pm reservation at Duke’s. I requested and got a table on the rail. I had a Lava Flow to drink, salad bar (included with your meal) and Puleho style beef tenderloin served with garlic mashed potato before tackling the Hula Pie for dessert. I loved the spoon they give you for the hula pie; I wish more restaurants gave you ...
... delay. The only problem was a near thing. This security gut came over and said you might need this - I had left my hat behind. Another bloke came over and said this might be useful.It was my boarding pass and passport. It mist have fallen out of my jacket pocket and could have been disastrous We have settled into the Qantas Club, couple of drinks and really looking forward to the flight and a ...
The fact that this morning was "Magic Morning" confirms that yes, indeed it can get more magical. Basically "Magic Morning" gives you early entry to Disneyland and includes early entry to all the rides which would usually have half hour waiting times or more. So yes, as I said - totally magical. Taking advantage of this we spent the morning swinging around galaxies in Tomorrowland and each of ...
here and there to be 'shizzle days' as we called them; planning the
next part of the trip takes times and of course 'nothing days'; you
need to rest sometimes and not feel guilty.
We met a lot of different people on our
journey who all used different ways to plan ahead. Some used travel
agents and booked all ahead, some used tour groups, some, like us,
used the internet (what they did before the internet I do not know!)