Abby's Anaheimer Inn
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A 2hr flight and then a 1hr wait at the rental car company (which ended up costing us $2k, as apposed to the online quote of $800) we were on our way south in our Ford Escape.
Points to keep in mind when hiring a car:
1. Choose a car that is big enough to fit not only your passengers but their luggage too!
2. Not Everyone in America …
... Elsa and Anna. She was thrilled. I asked Maddie why Elsa was more popular since Anna was the good girl. "Elsa has powers", was
We literally ran into the night parade. Since I had to carry Maddie so see could see, I was only able to get a single picture. After 20 minutes, my arms felt like my legs did earlier.
When Noreen and I were younger, we could do multiple days in Disneyland. Now two days were enough.
So this trip ends. Thanks for coming ...
... standing in the queue waiting just incase they issued fast passes anyway. Not us, we were straight off to do some rides today.
Stepha wanted to do the Hollywood Tower (a bit like our giant drop but not as scary, short drops and quick take offs upwards) so we went around and did that followed by California Screaming. While Steph and I were on the Hollywood Tower Blacky and Aaron we and did a more sedate ride with Sully from Monsters Inc
After a very relaxing sleep in my own room in Sam's place I got up at around 9 in the morning. I chatted a little bit with Ross about what the best way to learn playing the guitar is and when Sam go up he provided me with breakfast: Toasties with Egg and Turkey.
Because Sam had told me that he wuld be busy all day, I organized to meet up with another couchsurfer from the area, Brian, in the afternoon. He was going to pick me up at 4pm from Sam's ...
... idea that a monkey on the big screen could change anything. One at bat later I am now a believer! Mike Trout hit a game tying Grand Slam. The place erupted, both in flames from center field and in cheers. A couple batters later they scored the go ahead run. This is the best case scenario for me because making a one o'clock game tomorrow in Phoenix is going to be tight without an extra inning game tonight. After the game ...