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If I had all the money I wanted (which I don’t) and all the time I needed to spend it (which I don’t) I would love to one day go to Italy. As it is, we were lucky to get one of Target’s Free Holiday Monday passes. I wasn’t feeling that good because I caught a virus and the medicine the doctor gave me made me feel kind of woozy (poor Denise had to drive the whole time), but the tickets were free, so I didn’t want to pass it up. My mom came with us and we started by going to IHOP (International House of Pancakes) for Lunch and we walked two blocks to Museum Square (See video):
We then walked through the La Brea Tarpits, this was nice, except I was already kind of woozy and the tar didn’t make it much better, needless to say I took a lot of rest stops on this adventure, at least I didn’t get stuck in the tarpits!!(see video):
When we got to the museum it was very crowded and very noisy. For most people this would be bad, but since we were with AJ, it was all good. Even though AJ learned his voice echoes inside the art museum and not everyone wants to hold his hand, it was all cool because all the other people masked his noises out. The Italian Folk Singers were the best noise control anyone could have ever wished for (see video):
While we waited for our time to come up we visited the other buildings and exhibits.
When our time was up we waited in a really long line.
The Pompeii exhibit was very interesting, I am sorry I was not allowed to take pictures, or I would of put some in.
After the museum we tried to go to a noodle house in Hacienda Heights, but it was closed for Labor day. So we ended up going to Alfredo’s in San Bernardino. If you ever have the chance to go they have REALLY good pasta and bread. They are on Baseline Ave. and have been in San Bernardino for a long time, they have really good food, and they are not that expensive. My meal of Raviolis and Spaghetti with a sausage was $12.00 dollars (and it was soo big I took half of it home).