DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Ontario Airport
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... whole new experience. First you choose a skin, then they stuff it with nice soft fluff. Your bear has a bar code and they put one inside the bear too so if you ever loose your bear they can open it up and return it to the owner. They even said they would send it to Australia! Not that we plan on loosing our bear!
Steph had to put a little red heart inside her bear but first she had to rub the heart on her hair and on her nose on ...
... the dolphins and whales.
We then went and looked at the polar bears and beluga whales and penguins.....yay! before heading off to the final show of Pets Rule. Really cute show watching animals do tricks.
We left at a much more respectable time and drove back - past an accident at one point even. So a slower journey but we had burnt during the day. So we wanted to get back and chill for the evening.
Was a good day really. Worth it for the killer whales alone
... was fantastic. Even the guys driving around in the vintage car singing ragtime were infectious. While we were waiting to cross a parade they were doing a big samba number and looking around there wasn’t a still person in the audience. All a-toe-tappin’.
There were a couple of kids we saw jump a queue who were told off by a Disney ‘cast member’ as they are called. They went on to be caught throwing ...
Our last day started with a bit of a sleep in, not having to be in Reception until 9:30am. It was then about an hours drive to our last activity for the trip, a day at Universal Studios. Here we saw a couple of shows that showed us how things like special effects are done, and how animals are trained for the film industry. There are ...
... were right next to the World of Colour fastpass station at the guest’s early entry, so used our tickets to get World of Colour passes for the evening. We then had a quick family conference, and decided to head to Cars Land, which I had read was very popular, and can get some big lines. So, we follow the small crowd over there.
The park is largely empty, though when we pass near where the main entrance is, we see that there is already ...