BEST WESTERN Corona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... are done right before your eyes. We got wet again from the waterski. A plane also crashed right in front of our seats with a big explosion. It was good.
We also saw the special effects show which was interesting to see how some of these things are done in the movies.
The last thing we had to see for the day was the animal actors. Much to Fletchers delight, he was chosen from the audience to participate in one of the Segments that showed the dogs doing their tricks. It made his ...
... not so much as us who walked it! It was thoroughly enjoyable and its nice to share it with you all. We caught the bus, doing a slight panic when it headed in the opposite direction of our hotel, but eventually dropped us right outside and crashed at about 1.30. Up again early tomorrow for another full on day!
(We took most pictures on Cilla's camera, my uploads aren't working at the moment- for more photos view her blog: http://www.travelpod.com/z/cillapitcher /1/1407455158 )
... galaxy far far away. The kids (and me) love it. Hinesh doesn't quite appreciate the ride since he has not seen Star Wars (true story). At the shop after the ride we try on the Darth Vader ears and take happy snaps.
Lunch is is at Downtown Disney and for once we are served normal size food so we had to order another dish. We enjoyed a Caribbean lunch and Boogs and the kids are scoffing down popcorn chicken and chips. After lunch we do some shopping in the Disney art ...
... s was bits of snow around but the majority had melted. I looked at the snow parks and they looked like they were slowly dying. There was some snow on them, but they looked sad. Empty. I had a look at the main village and the lake. Then chased down the hiking tracks that were about. All the parking spots required a ticket to be purchased from various locations around the lake. I wasn't really prepped for a walk, so I found the discovery centre and had a look. It was mainly ...