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Santa Monica Pier


Last night we’ve visited the pier in Santa Monica. At the pier there are many attractions such as the rollercoaster, ferris wheel and other rides. We had a lot of free time there and enjoyed the awesome view of the beach and Los Angeles. In the end we walked back home and we were all very tired. We were all looking forward to Tucker’s birthday the next day.
Another great day had come to an end.

Greetings, Johannes

5 thoughts on “Santa Monica Pier

  1. Many happy returns of the day, Tucker! Happy birthday! And thank you ever so much for all the work you put into EiM and our brats, especially the one named Nikolas!
    Big hug. Yours truly grateful – Brigitte and Tobias

  2. first thing in the morning: looking what the kids are doing in california!
    Even Julius grandma and grandpa from Nürnberg watch the blog every day: From Grandpa to Julius: Beware of the sharks!

    At last : Happy Birthday Tucker !

  3. Hi part-time Californians,
    Back in good ol‘ Germany it is Sunday and there is no trace of sun. Bremen and vast parts of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania have been flooded since Thursday, if I remember correctly.
    It almost seems like it’s been raining incessantly the past few days and soon I will grow gills, I’m sure.
    We all hope Tucker had a wonderful birthday. Did you overindulge on the champagne? Probably not, as you all are very busy experiencing CA.
    Thank you for the messages and pictures you all posted. The Santa Monica pictures look great.
    Since you will also be spending some time on Santa Catalina, I’ve been thinking of watching once more the old movie “The Glass Bottom Boat” with Doris Day, as it was partially filmed on location at the island’s harbor.
    Is the baseball game still on? If so, here’s a little reminder for the seventh inning:
    Take me out to the ball game,
    Take me out with the crowd;
    Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack,
    I don’t care if I never get back.
    Let me root, root, root for the home team,
    If they don’t win, it’s a shame,
    For it’s one, two, three strikes, you’re out,
    At the old ball gaaaaaaaaame.
    Big hug to everybody – take care.
    Brigitte

  4. Here's some more trivia for those of you who are interested:

    "In the seventh inning fans all get up and sing 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game,' and they're already there. It's really a stupid thing to say and I don't know who made 'em sing it. Why would somebody that's there get up and sing take me out to the ball game? The first person to do it must have been a moron." – Pitcher Larry Anderson

  5. hallo julius,

    oma hats geschafft, und jetzt auch ne googlemail.

    ach hier ist ja alles in englisch…

    great job erika^^

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