Sunday, October 5, 2008

Honeymoon (Day Five and Six)

Okay, so I know that this post has been a long time coming. So if any of the details are a little blurry it's because our honeymoon was over a month ago and now the details are a little fuzzy. I will try to piece together the rest of our trip with the pictures that we have.

So I guess on our last day at Disneyland, we went on splash mountain one more time. Oh yeah, I think we went really early and the line was really short. Awesome! Yet another picture of my wet butt:

The kid in the front is almost as rad as me.
Oh yeah, and we totally went over to Toontown (which in my opinion is the lamest part of Disneyland) and we hung out with Mickey.

Our treat for the trip was going to a "fancy" restaurant. We went to the Blue Bayou which is the restaurant that is inside the Pirates of the Carribean. The restaurant was pretty cool, and I had my first ever Monte Cristo sandwich.

After this meal, we decided that 2 and a half days was plenty of Disneyland. Stephanie wanted to experience the Hollywood that she saw on The Hills. I took her to Grauman's Chinese theater, because that's all I thought there was in Hollywood.

"Umm. I don't know any of these stars" and "Why are there 15 guys dressed as Spiderman?"

So, one of our planned trips was to Pink's. I've been hyping it up for a while to Steph after the trip I took there with the New Awesome and Jared in '05.

The first thing you should know about Pink's is that you need to wait in line for about an hour. We stood next to this kid all night who was sent to get three chili cheese dogs for his friends. Guess who drew the short straw on that deal.

The other thing you should know about pinks is that their food is crazy. Two hot dogs inside of a tortilla with pastrami, chili and bacon? No problem.

Steph and I wussed out and oped for the traditional Chili-cheese dog and the Guadalajara dog. Both were pretty gross. I guess we just went for the experience of waiting in line for an hour for a hot dog.

The next day on our way out of town. We thought it would be cool to take a quick stop off at the Getty. Little did I know the place is freakin huge.

But also really beautiful.

In the few hours that we were there, we saw a few of the galleries...and this arch.

After, Steph wanted to go to the Beach. I don't know why, but I took her to Venice. Which is the trashiest beach that you can imagine. But I guess Steph wanted to see the real Hollywood.

Venice does have dope shades though.

And totally sick food. Worst Nachos Ever!!
But overall, Best Honeymoon Ever! Thanks Babe!
And the best part is that we got to come home and open presents!!!

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