There’s a lot of stuff here that most people don’t get to have. I went to Disneyland and California adventure 20 times before I turned 10.
We’ve got famous theatre’s, amusement parks, museums, restaurants (Like In-n-Out and Roscoe’s House of Chicken and waffles). The president once came by and he went to Roscoe’s to order food. That’s roughly 2000 miles to taste some amazing waffles (I know that wasn’t the purpose of his visit).
But I’m trying to emphasize how there’s so much here to experience.
Now that may sound like intense pressure to try everything and experience everything. But I see it as the opposite. I feel relaxed that these places are at the tips of my fingertips. That relative to me I can change my mind on plans to go to the Farmer’s Market by The Grove, whereas tourists would think we have to go there! It’s iconic! To me it’s just another place. That might sound bland, that it’s become so normal for me places such as Disneyland have become Disneyland rather than DISNEYLAND! THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH!