I read that Beverly Hills was having a holiday trolley ride with Mrs. Clause telling stories and singing and thought it might be fun. The cost for the trolley is $5/person and $1/child. It runs on the hour and we got there about 45 min. before the next trolley was scheduled to arrive. During our wait we walked around Rodeo Dr. and Doheny where the stores were decorated and had a large Christmas tree with carolers around. The girls had never been to Beverly Hills and were excited to check out all the expensive shops where we would never step foot in. The trolley arrived and we were greeted by a Mrs. Clause. She handed out candy canes and sang one song, stayed on the trolley for about 15 min. then left at a nearby stop. Not what I was expecting. The tour continues around Beverly Hills showing us houses of celebrities that once lived in them. The information during the tour was interesting and the girls enjoyed looking at all the big houses. We noticed that out of all those houses, we only saw one with Christmas lights on it. Humbugs! The tour lasted about 45 min.
We left Beverly Hills, and got some dinner at Burger King. Buy one get the second whopper for 55 cents was the deal for today. After dinner we went to CityWalk. We have not been there in a very long time, so we decided to check out their holiday light show and snow fall. It cost $10 to park. Good grief! The holiday light show was nothing great and lasted about 5 min. The snow fall was bubbles blowing down in a certain area. My oldest thought it was real snow and started catching it on her tongue. Regardless, the girls enjoyed all the bubbles coming down on them. We walked around the stores; but the favorite was the candy store. We spent a while in there and also watching the indoor sky divers at iFly Hollywood.