Aliso Creek Inn
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Woke up at a reasonable time and played with Penny. She is so adorable. Even managed to entertain her while Caroline had a shower. Go me. Did my washing. Woo rock and roll. We went out for a walk and brunch. I almost forgot how beautiful Laguna Beach is. More relaxing at Caroline's, a bit of packing then a shuttle to the airport for my late flight to ...
... over the park momentarily before they close and you are shot up and down once again. We ended up going on this twice. That stomach-lurching feeling was definitely there, and you had to hold on to all your stuff tight or it'd float in front of you on the way down.
We then went on the "Grizzly River Run", a water ride, hooray! I planned for this though, I dressed accordingly and wore quick-drying clothes. This was a whitewater rafting sort of one, so we got ...
... right down to the white part making sure he didn’t leave a trace of pink anywhere! Steph thought the watermelon was good too very refreshing as the weather was generally pretty warm. Very nice!
The park closed at 6pm today which was probably a good thing for us so we could get home at a reasonable time. We grabbed a couple of souvenirs on the way out. The kids picked their Christmas decorations so we won’t need to do ...
... head back to the airport. We stopped by Starbucks on the way over, and, while we were there, we were notified that our flight was delayed by three hours-- and then, later on, by four. It wasn't ideal, but it gave us the chance to have a relaxing dinner of pho nearby and talk for a longer time. Then, Jim and Sherri left us at the airport and we said goodbye.
It's been one exciting event after another down here. The adventures never ...
... or opposite seat as it swung through its wild arc. Now Cilla would disagree with my spin on this, of that I am sure. But I've made up for my disgrace at disliking 'the tamest of fairground rides' (which it completely isn't) by loving the big rolllercoaster, I think. The funniest coincidence of the day was meeting two Aussies, the only two we'd come across (though we were on the lookout, or 'hear-out' for more!) Their accents (which I'm sure were broader than ...