Tuesday, October 21, 2008

We didn't get to play

Today we hung out and rested until we had to be in for The Price Is Right Live. They ask that you get there two hours early to register, which meant 5:00 pm. The doors open at 6:00 pm for the 7:00 pm show.

We went in and walked around to look at some of the shops we didn't get to see last night because they were closed when we got here. After looking at lots of things we can’t afford nor have room for in the rv, we went to the food court and got a bagel to share for our snack.

While we sat down to eat our bagel we were again marveling at the immense space we were in. We noticed the view out of one of the huge windows. The view was a beautiful landscape of mountains and trees, with yellow, orange, and red leaves, dotting the hillside. This place is so pretty both inside and outside.

The batteries in our camera had died but we wanted to take pictures of the show. We tried to get batteries but they don't sell camera batteries anywhere here. Then we figured the next best solution would be to get a disposable camera. When we asked the price, the camera was $18 plus tax. We quickly decided against that and decided to use our camera phone instead, and hope for the best.

Then we headed for the theater for The Price Is Right Live. We got great seats. They played games for the audience on big tv screens until it was time for the show. Then the announcer came on stage, he made jokes and made us laugh while telling us the rules of the game. Then it was time for the actual game. Each time they called four people up we waited for our names to be called … and alas, neither of us got called. But we had a great time and enjoyed the show.

We were hungry after the show so we decided to have Chinese food at a place we had seen last night. The place was beautiful and the architecture was pretty cool but unfortunately the food was not first rate.

We then decided to head out. We had to get water and groceries today so we found the closest Walmart, did our grocery shopping, and parked for the night.

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