Anaheim Harbor RV Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... our minds a dozen times since applying for a permit back in April whether we could walk the kids to the bottom and back. Our indecision was caused by the performance of the kids on various lesser hikes. A week before departure however we were in favour of the expedition, which was good because there not much else to do at the grand canyon except walk!
Logistics of 16 mile hike with a 6 and 7 Y.O in hot conditions, graduating to really freakin hot at the bottom of ...
... vehicle" (we check) "Ok, what brand is it" "Err.. Do you mean like the company we booked it with?" "Nevermind. Full hook up?" "Yes." (On leaving, to each other) "What's full hook up?" We learnt that full hook up is the expensive option meaning the electricity, water and sewage is all essentially 'plugged in' and that, after one day, we hadn't needed it at all. Naturally, we didn't remember which tube went where or which way round or how they attached. Nor did we ...
... where you sit and eat in old train cars. Unique! No Cokes were had here...we had the 1st McD in our sites! More highway speeds took us past Victorville and the beautiful Cajon Summit Pass where things were finally starting to look like the CA we knew. The Summit Inn Cafe looked boarded up so it's a good thing we didn't have our hopes set high on an ostrich burger for dinner!
Once we hit San ...
... which was amazingly beautiful before arriving to Monterey and our camp site at 4 in the afternoon. We decided to set up the tent and then went for a drive around the town which all it's on way roads reminded me a lot of Hobart; on the water, a marina, pretty streets and the sun. We parked the car had a wander and stopped in a cafe for a tea and cake! Tasty. Once back at site we cooked up some vegetables with rice for dinner and sat around a fire with some drinks playing cards. All ...
... the open top tourist shuttles). Luckily we get the last spot available, though there seems to be a constant turnover of vehicles. The lookout itself involves quite a stair climb in the heat in the middle of the day, which Miranda, William and I do. When we come back down, we are temporarily parked in, so Lavinia gets out and has a look around as well. There is a good view of the Hollywood sign and the Hollywood Bowl, so I can see why this is ...