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... we've all eaten way too much, so a strict exercise program will start next week. Most nights we have eaten in restaurants and the cost has been under $25/head for a 2 course meal including a couple of drinks. We found that alcohol is very cheap in the country areas (bourbons, gin, rums - 700ml mostly under $25) but once you get into the bigger cities the price goes up considerably.
The scenery in the National Parks & Monuments just blows ...
... was gonna win. One of them was Joey and I talked with him for a while, he was really nice. I remember one of them was moving to London as well, haha interesting. Then I joined my podshare friends and it was time to leave to another place. The group was massive, more than hundred people from all over the world joined tonights pub crawl. I felt like a real tourist when we walked on hollywood boulevard in this massive group to the next cub. The free shots in the next club were pretty ...
Today we hit California Adventure Park but we took advantage of the early morning start in Disneyland first and ticked off a couple of rides we didn't get to yesterday mainly Splash Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain railway. We also found the best thing to not having coffee in the morning as we also did the Autotopia, where we each got a car, and had a leisurely drive around the track. Also we did Star ...
... I ain't going back! Narly. It went super fast in the dark, stopped dead, then went super fast backwards. Last ride I did was on Jurassic Park. It was one of those water rides where you come flying down the hill and hit the water and get wet. I knew that but what I didn't know was that all the mechanical dinosaurs pop up along the way and spit at you. I was constantly bloody ducking lol.
I went to the ...
... 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...