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... centre point of the strip. We dropped our bags and got straight out as we knew we were getting no sleep here and couldn't wait to explore.
We headed out on a hike up the Hollywood hills to see the famous Hollywood sign, it was organised by the hostel so we wanted to take up every offer of free sightseeing we could. When we first saw our guide we were a little worried as he came out with big headphones on. ...
... my day, probably the whole trip.. So Iīm on my way back to the street and... The singer of Powerman5000- Spider One is walking in the opposite direction?! Are you freakinī serious? The guy that I didnīt catch a year ago after the concert in Prague and I just randomly run into him on the street? I got a picture and itīs the best. Plus I found out they are playing in Pennsylvania in July and I am going. Ah. Been a while since Iīve been to a concert ...
... later today. I'm thinking too much information and before I knew it I was explaining the whole darn trip to a complete stranger who actually appeared to be interested. I looked around and noticed that everybody was listening to the conversation and one old lady smiled and I was concerned that more people might get involved. Anyway it turned out I needed an account to convert the money and ended up getting the bucks and on our way ...
... continue to provide this curious shopping experience.
Continuing on in the shop, one sees a little storefront that contains the delicates: glass items, owls, dragons, pictures and other marvels including Downton Abbey souvenirs - what fun! Across the "street" is a shop dedicated to the Houses of Game of Thrones. Inventory is consistently low here because of the popularity of the show. I zig and zag looking at everything feeling thoroughly over stimulated, ...
“You sure have improved your costumes since the time you worked in our organization,” Cherub comments.” Back then, you dressed like an old witch, in that ugly wrinkled mask with long white hair and granny glasses.”
“You’re right,” I agree. “I wore a floor length granny dress and a crocheted shawl. I used that costume two years in a row. The first time was the ...