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... there and work out in front of everyone while girls try to get selfies with them. Was definitely a sight to see.
We jumped back into the car and started driving back to Rancho Palos Verdes with the GPS in the car. It took us down the massive freeway back the their house which was very busy and rather interesting but we got back ok none the less. We pulled into the right street and the GPS announced that we had arrived at our destination. I saw the house ...
... coach however as we found a cheap bus from Las Vegas to Los Angeles for only $20 for the both of us. We realised why this bus was so cheap as we arrived in Downtown Los Angeles only a block away from skid row. This area is apparently the most stable population of homeless people in the whole of America. As we drove through this neighbourhood with endless amounts of tents on both sides of the road we were hoping it wasn't our stop. Unfortunately it was but luckily ...
... typical of those back home, albeit all crammed in like those down along the Mornington peninsula or Torquay to Lorne in Victoria.
The coastal run continued for most of the way, with the countryside changing from grazing land to market gardens, to vineyards, and then to light industrial nearer to San Francisco.
During lunch though, we travelled through U.S. Airforce land. The odd white dome concealing who knows what, and a myriad of dirt and asphalt ...
What a wonderful morning for exploring Art. When I arrived to the tram, I figured I would be seeing some art of only Los Angeles. Maybe some local paintings and history of the city? Boy, was I wrong.
Being from Texas, where it is so flat, you can always see the horizon (given structures and nature was removed) the 3/4 mile ride in the tram was quite an experience. I sat down, but quickly back up as an elderly ...
... of the jet had to be airlifted in, for the whole three minutes that this set was used in the final cut), and also Falls Lake (a giant 'ocean' with a blue screen, used in Jaws Revenge, Hulk, Apollo 13, Bruce Almighty, Pirates of the Caribbean At World's End, Revenge and The Hunger Games Catching Fire water scenes).
This finished the behind-the-scenes portion of the tour, when it was then time to hit up the rides. As VIP guests, it meant we got to go straight to ...
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