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... we had humble homemade sandwiches for lunch (cheese and tomato never tasted so good), then Mal took the boys to the pool for a swim.
Shortly after, it was back up to Disney to check out the Ride Makerz store, and make some important decisions about which cars to build, which wheels to choose, and whether to go 'RC' or 'freewheeler'. This is an activity planned for tomorrow. Right next door is a 'build a bear' shop, but ...
... be fading fast so we asked him what would he really like to do again. Cars! So we left Disneyland and crossed to California Adventure-land. Fast passes for Cars shuts after a certain time so 40 minute queue!. Luckily or unluckily he fell asleep walking to the ride. We baked in the sun holding him asleep, and he woke just as we got to the front. Got on the front this time so he could see better. It really is a great ride ...
Shopping today so after a great dinner at Chips Diner last night, we had a couple of wines to celebrate (? ) the end of our holiday. We had a sleep in and headed to the mall at 9.30. Not too much of a wait and along came a bus. By 10.30 3 of us had a regular roast coffee at Starbucks . Don't. It was a shocker. Next mission was to buy the boys some Levi's. probably easier to plan a space mission! Quite ...
... and a pair of Asics runners. Wendy went a bit stupid also spending up large at some make-up joint called Sephora. As well as the make-up and perfume, she got some new GHD's. She also got herself a Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0.
We all met up again around 7.00pm. Jed provided some early evening entertainment by having a bit of a meltdown in the middle of the mall. He had done bloody well lasting as long as he did but started running away crying at the top of ...
Woke up with the sunrise this morning on the back of the wagon. Betty cooked us a traditional American breakfast of 'biscuits and gravy' with scrambled eggs and potatoes. 'Biscuits' are like a scone and 'gravy' is a thickened sauce with pork bits in it. A bit of an experience, but tasted not too bad! After breakfast we packed up - with the help of one of the 'wild' donkeys that roams around the desert. He ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking