Abby's Anaheimer Inn
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... this time, thank goodness. Then it was off to the "Hollywood Tower", which we also waited a decent time for. By this point it was about 3pm, we were pretty theme-parked out and we had ridden all the major rides anyway. We checked how long the line was for "Cars" and decided that 105 minutes was not worth it, so we left the Disneyland parks behind and had another look at the shops in Downtown Disney.
After this we had a snack - sandwiches and flatbread - at Coco's down ...
... a Ferris wheel. When chose a swinging seat and when we got so far, our 'cage/seat' slid down and boy did it swing! Kelsi did not like this at all, which was a surprise considering the rides we had already been on! Got good views at the top and we actually went around twice!
Another ride had to be a water ride! This time we were prepared for it, well, as much as you can on a wet ride! The Grizzly River Run was a round boat that went down rapids ...
... went 100m down the road to Tiffy's Family Restaurant for breakfast/brunch at 10am. It was quite like a Denny's Diner, similar look and food, though we weren't prepared for the huge servings! Even after about a week in America, the serving-sizes get more and more surprising every time we eat-out. Mum and Dad had a strawberry waffle, which was the size of the plate and had more cream squirted on the top than on an entire pavlova. Jordan ...
... with fast pass was 20minutes.
it was a bit tame for Toby and Tahlia but they enjoyed it and Dave and I felt like we had been part of American life watching the Disney parade.
We all enjoyed meeting ASIMO - the Honda designed robot who could climb stairs and run.
A fun ...
... Bill Hearst inherited from his father, George in 1919 (along with several prestigious newspapers). It's a swanky joint, all right, and worth a look regardless of your politics. A highly coveted invite from Bill in the late 1920s asking to "Please come and ride the range with me" was like a Willy Wonka gold ticket. He called it "La Cuesta Encantada" or The Enchanted Hill, a lesson in excess that housed Hollywood's who's-who of yesteryear and a swag of European ...