Ayres Hotel & Spa Mission Viejo
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... extra hot. With the camera secured onto the car we made our decent capturing the drive through the mountain and pines 8000ft up. A police patrol stopped to make sure we were ok when we stopped to make a camera readjustment. Nice and friendly on this side of the mountain.
By now it was in the mid-twenties and before we knew it we were back into the thick of the LA smog, it was almost instantly after we left the last turn on ...
... This is where the car really came into it's own. V8 roaring down the freeway (no comment on the speed) top down, wind in your hair, sun shining, bass bouncing! bliss! It was a slightly longer route then required but an opportunity to really enjoy the car.
We eventually arrived at Universal at about 11am, missed the turning (this place is NOT well signposted despite claims it is) and performed a U-Turn that had our rear bouncing then ...
... park. One of the major developments started is the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. It just looks huge and likely to be a whole world. There’s also a Fast and Furious tour-ride coming. Then we went to the buffet lunch at a French themed restaurant. There was a fabulous range of things here, much more than Warners (although we are trying not to compare) with a promise to go to the major theme park rides afterwards. The thing about the VIP pass is ...
Lovely visit with Kris and Steve....very relaxing and we were treated to home cooked meals....well, pizza one night! A John and Ashley sighting was a highlight. Lots of walking and biking around old neighborhoods. Sometimes doing nothing special is a treat! Rick played golf with Jeff Long and Tom Straw joined them for dinner. I visited with Ginny and Vic and had dinner with Lori...old friends are truly a ...
... of bright colours and fantastic animation. Paradise Pier was a favourite with my first experience front seat of a rollercoaster and even the huge Ferris Wheel surprised us with swinging cages! (even Wayne got a fright). Muppet vision 3D and Soarin' over California shows were also on the top of our list of shows and experiences.
All home and tucked into bed now with soar feet and many happy memories, ready for the next step of our American road ...