DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Santa Ana - Orange County Airport
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... back to the pool while Cheryl dried off.
The frustrating thing about any public pool where towels are provided is the laziness and greediness of the patrons. People come in and put towels on multiple chairs to “save” them, yet they never use all of the chairs. Then they leave and leave their towels behind, so you don’t know if someone is using the chair or not.
When Cheryl and the kids ...
... Lincoln and Olympic although I had been promised that the official end point is rather unsatisfactory and so it proved. Sadly, there is no sign or fanfare to greet the Route 66 traveller so the best way to finish the journey as I did is to go to Santa Monica Pier and take a walk up to the Will Rodgers Highway marker and Route 66 kiosk in Palisades Park overlooking the ocean. I spent a bit of time here but decided that ...
... gone on last time. The tour guide this time was not as good as last time.
After the cruise, we continued through adventure land, stopping for a dole whip for Katrina and a show at the enchanted tiki room. I wasn't too impressed with the tiki room show but I guess maybe it's one of those classic disney musts. Maybe.
From there, we walked out of adventure land and to main street USA where the 4:00 parade was already underway. We watched the ...
Stuck in an elevator....then it drops! Just one of the amazing rides we rode at California Adventure Park. All the boys vote the rides here 'easily' better than Disneyland. It is an amazing park. All the rides have intricate detail - the Cars Radiator Springs Racers ( which has a minimum wait time of 2 hours unless you fast pass at the start of the day, which was still a 25. Min queue), is a ...
... stars. (Oh and it also has a pool, but too cold to swim at the moment).
Purchasing online tickets to both parks meant there was no waiting in lines at the entry gates (straight through for us), excellent start to a Fantastic day! We got there at 9am when the gates opened and were non stop on the go until we stumbled out (Disney giddy) at 6pm (before the 9pm closing time). Wayne and I walked around all day with huge smiles plastered on our faces ...