Days Inn Suites Anaheim At Disneyland Park
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... a dodgy stomach gave me the confidence to do others, though it was a while before I felt okay enough to tackle the "Supreme Scream", which is like the "Giant Drop" at Dreamworld.
We also did other coasters, the "Pony Express", which was more thrilling than it sounds (haha), the "Jaguar", which was quite uncomfortable, the speed meant sliding into Jordan lots and sore arms whacking into the sides of the cart. There was also ...
... of money people spend on one item there is about $5000. At other locations along the way we saw the famous hospital were many celebrities have died and the buildings where Marilyn Munro and Michael Jackson overdosed (nice). We also saw the most popular hotel in Hollywood, the one that most celebrities and even Obama stay in. It has a helipad so it tops the rankings for security.
For lunch we stopped at Farmer's Market and The Grove shopping ...
... a hero (other than his mum of course) which in the era of i-Pads means since he was around 9 months old!
We’re early arrivals in the Park – even after checking in to the Disneyland Hotel and depositing our 16 pieces of luggage with the bellman (just as well we’re only here for one night) we’re inside soon after 9 am. Our tickets actually allow us early entry – at 7 am – so the crowds are already building up with ...
... s eyes were like saucers as we approached the main Disneyland shops. Star Wars was in full bloom with t-shirts grabbing his immediate attention. We wandered through the chaos of children crying and parents making promises they couldn’t keep and continued on to look at the other shops along the strip. We were thinking of eating at some of the restaurants however their waits were long and we couldn’t be bothered hanging around ...
... into buying a snorkel.
After that it were a few bog holes here and there and that was extremely fun. We were almost at our camp site but to get to our camp site we had to go through a big bog hole and then up and steep hill climb which was about 20+ metres high on a 40% incline. Now was that an experience and a half I got through the bog hole no worries but got the hill climb and had to put it in four wheel drive low and activate all my lockers, only ...