DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Santa Ana - Orange County Airport
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This morning we reprised the waffle even though we are leaving at 7:00 in the morning as we are going to Warner Bros from Longbeach, which although it is only 60 km it is across LA in the morning rush hour so we're giving ourselves over two hours to make it there. Of course, we got there with plenty of time to spare.
Arriving at Warner we parked in the assigned area for the tour and made our way through security into WB for a ...
... Katrina got a famous churro to eat while we waited, but neither of us was too impressed with it. Cinnamon and sugar in a hard deep fried stick-shaped pastry. I'd take a mini donut over a churro any day.
We watched the Soundsational parade and quickly found out that we had seen almost all of it before, but we had better seats this time. Disney is a well oiled machine when it comes to parades. I was impressed.
When the parade concluded, ...
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... not believe the number of them- they were everywhere!!! They even had parking bays designated specifically just for strollers outside the rides. Some of these would hold 100 just for one ride. As a result I've decided they need to designate stroller only lanes throughout Disneyland. So that people who can actually walk and want to get somewhere (me) can get there without being slowed down!! (Big kids want to have fun and get there too!). ...