Ayres Inn Corona East / Riverside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 60 km along Historic Route 66. All looking a bit hot and sad, even though every motel and other business bore the label "Route 66". We had planned to do more of this historic road - maybe good we did not.
Then drove on the freeway through the San Bernadino National Forest. Arrived at our camp. Last night of camping, start the rest of the cleaning tomorrow. Urban surf lulled us to ...
... your time ahead and accept the fact that you can't be everywhere at once and will inevitably miss out one something. After collecting my SWCA pass etc I header back over to the hotel to have a break and freshen up before heading back out for Debbie's 50th Birthday dinner; which Debbie pre-booked at the Rain Forest Cafe in Downtown Disney. About 20 Aussies converged on the Rain Forest Cafe. We were given a private area, with our own marine fish tank wall ...
We completed our 3rd day at Disneyland by visiting shows and rides that we had missed on our first two days. Steve took the older girls to the Matterhorn bobsled ride which we had missed previously and despite the nerves, was only rated a 5 out of 10 overall and not scary at all, much to their disappointment! B and Julie lined up for the 45 minutes for the Peter Pan flight fantasy which we ...
... stayed with you long after the ride was finished! We absolutely loved these three rides, and returned to the Upper Lot looking for more fun for the kids again. We took in the Shrek 4D movie which was very funny and put together, then went to the Animal Actors show, which the kids loved as it showcased many well trained and adorable animals. We even got our photos with Marg and Homer Simpson, even if the kids pulled the pin on actually going on their ride at the very last ...
... 2.5 hours. We instead headed to the Matterhorn, which was another ride that I don't think I ever tried in Disney World (I don't even know if Orlando has it?). That one, an older steel roller coaster, was also fun, but what I wasn't expecting was to get soaked by the pool of water we crashed into at the end. I think Jonathan and I got the brunt of the splash because we were in the front, so I was dripping for a long while afterwards, but it was worth it.
We walked ...