Best Western Valencia Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Valencia
Early start, on the road by 6.30am. Bye bye SLO, off to Solvang for breakfast at Paula's Pancake House. We got there at 7.30, just before rush hour by the looks of it, by 7.45 there was a line for a table! Solvang is a very picturesque little dutch town in the middle of the California. We didn't see alot but we thank you for the great pancakes, …
... for their newest rise, Twisted Colossus. Unfortunately, this ride as well as the Superman ride and Goliath, where all closed so we were unable to go on them. However, there was still enough rides to fill our day and not feel like we had missed out too much.
We started on Scream! and then moved onto Green Lantern. This ride was particularly strange as you are connected to the track on either side with riders sitting back to back, whilst also rotating ...
... on the seas pull back from the shore. After our exhausting aqua acrobatics. We backed up and strolled along the waters edge back in the direction of our bikes, conveniently finding our way back to the spot to pick up our bikes, along with the 100's of others lining the promenade parade. 3pm taking the cycle lane from this point onwards towards Santa Monica end, it was such a pleasurable route 2 directional lanes winding between the beach and the promenade, for all ...
... Almighty, War of the Worlds, King Kong and many other street scenes that can be cleverly adapted. We even drove down 'Wisteria Lane' from Desperate Housewives! Without doubt the highlight of the studio tour was the actual log cabin used for the all time classic film The Great Outdoors, who starred the comedy genius, the late John Candy. Made my day; Simon. It was a great day out and we thoroughly enjoyed the mix of film based rides, live shows and learning about film special ...
... knew when we were there, you could see the roller coasters from miles away!!! They looked incredible! Picked up our VERY expensive 'Flash Pass' meaning we could register out place in a queue without having to actually be I'm the queue and so glad eye did there was no way we would have done all the rides without it. Started off with Colossus, a giant wooden rollercoaster reminiscent of the Grand National at Blackpool Pleasure Beach but clunkier. ...