I always thought the top parking lot at Dino's was much too small for size of Dino's restaurant started looking , using, slow & pause. I found the their lower parking lot. Wow! You've never been in the Rose Bowl! My husband & I have been to the Rose Bowl twice: the 1995 Rose Bowl played Mon., 1/02/1995, & the 2009 Rose Bowl, played 1/01/1999. We've seen Rose Parade 3 times. The Rose Bowl parking lot , both times we were there was a free for all. The cars were parked all which ways. The Rose Bowl didn't have anyone directing the parking. Everybody in there was tailgating. WHAT A MESS!!!!!!!!!!! We paid $145/ ticket to PSU for 2009 Rose Bowl tickets. 64,500 tickets are a contractual sell out , allocated to the particaping teams & conferences.. Rose Bowl Stadium has 90,888 seats and the all time record for spectators: 100,000. PSU's stadium has 100,000 seats and the all time attendance record: over 111,500. We had to walked 75% around Rose Bowl Stadium in 2009 to be told at the correct entrance our tickets were no good. We had the paperwork that we got our tickets from PSU.. We then had to walk the rest of the way around the stadium to the Guest Services Stadium Window where we saw former famous PSU players picking up their tickets at the Will Call Window. At the window, she called somewhere & we ended up in the USC section with much better seats than we probably would have had. The USC people were very nice to us. The reason our tickets weren't any good : some other people lost their tickets & got replacements from PSU. We were somehow credited for that. We didn't lose our tickets. So, we were given tickets for entrance to the Rose Bowl game. When we got home from LA, we called PSU & told them of this problem; PSU didn't even give us an apology. So, probably somewhere there is built into the system, what to do when something goes awry.