July 2, 2016 Anime Expo L.A. Convention Center
July 2, 2016
Anime Expo L.A. Convention Center
What can I say the Anime Expo other than it was the most unorganized event as far as processing tickets and parking. We had bought tickets in advance on black Friday for this 4-day event but when we arrived for this mega event we stood in an extremely long line that took us two hours start to finish. So that my hubby who has extremely bad knees could be even close to the venue for parking he had to pay $45 for parking.
There were lines for everything but they were not organized whatsoever. They really need to hire some of Disneyland workers to teach them a few of their tricks. Because they had the lines doubling back on themselves going right back on top of themselves but really going nowhere. But in the hot sun. They were really lucky. For the most part, the lot as a whole, took it in hot spirits, costumes, and all.
But let me tell you we were not disappointed when it came to the costumes and what these young and old could put together to show their style and their characters. We are talking real showmanship. This is an art for sure. Hubby and I were amazed. You have to go there with an open mind because you are going to see things you never in your wildest dreams thought you would ever think of seeing. All worth the price of admission. No kids are allowed under 18 without someone who is 18 or older. Food inside the venue is very pricey. They say the food trucks outside are better so we will see tomorrow I guess.
We left the Expo and rushed over to the Grand Hotel at Disney to have dinner with my family. My mom, dad, bothers. It was a nice time. Then we went with Dezi to California Adventure then came here to blog for you.
Have a great night more tomorrow. Bushed!!!
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