Candlewood Suites Orange County/Airport
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... we headed back to the hotel for a dip in the pool and then walked over to Huntington Pier to Ruby's, a 50s style diner serving burgers, hotdogs, milkshakes etc. Clarrie nearly fell asleep in her untouched grilled cheese, but we managed to get both girls back to the hotel before anyone turned into a pumpkin. Now 7:30pm and everyone is ready for bed. Disneyland tomorrow: the tickets cost almost as much as our loft extension but hopefully worth ...
... for pickup that you can only get here in the states, besides that, Carol and I wanted to see what Walmart was all about anyway.
Now the fun begins. Walmart is about a 10-15 mins drive. 1 and a half hour walk, and a 30 mins bus ride. We attempted to catch a bus. Ended up ridiculously far away. We had to get two buses but messed up where we get off - because we have no idea what the streets are called. So we got ...
... on a 4,000 acres (1,600 ha) tract of public land near the Mojave Desert and the California—Nevada border. The facility consists of fields of heliostat mirrors focusing sunlight on receivers located on centralized solar power towers. The receivers generate steam to drive specially adapted steam turbines. Quite fascinating really. We noticed how heavy the traffic was heading toward Las Vegas, and being a Friday gathered they were heading there for ...
What a fantastic two days in Disneyland. We have walked soooo many miles. It really is the place where Dreams are made.
Service is fantastic, the weather has been fantastic and the company has been fantastic...
Will be very sad to leave here. It ...
... spy the Hollywood sign on the way and did a bit of people watching. I came to the conclusion that it was all a much less refined version of Times Square, New York. I then made a move towards Dodger Stadium via a short jaunt uphill to catch another sight of 'the sign' and headed east along Sunset Boulevard for the evening's entertainment. I had purchased a seat in the top deck immediately behind home plate and it offered a great view from on high. A close ...