Doubletree Hotel Claremont
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... it wasn't in a sealed box, security took it off us. We told them sarcastically that we hoped they will enjoy it. The it was a 5 hour flight to LA and then an hour bus trip to our hotel. We were pretty stuffed by then.
On Thursday we went to Disney California Adventures on a baking hot Californian day. We did our research and utilised the fast-passes to maximise the number of rides we could go on. We did the Cars ride which was ...
... the problem of dampness by going on California Screamin'
But we think by far the best overall ride experience was Radiator Springs Racers in Cars Land, so we're going to detail it. It was a favourite of many people too, with queues of up to 85 minutes attesting to the fact! (Apparently there were queues up to 6 hours on opening day... hmm, that seems a little desperate!) We fast passed this ride, going earlier to get a ticket which gauranteed minimal ...
... picture from Lucky.
Next we spent time in the sound studio learning how they put together sound for rides and movies. We went into the sculpting studio next where we learned about how they build the characters and the multiple steps in the process. We saw them building some items for Disney in Shanghai China. After walking through the Imagination hallway we had a break to purchase some articles which can only be purchased in ...
... Or tried to. We finished off Hollywoodland and then did a quick peek at condor flats, which was based on a pilot training area. It was not much to see, having only a store, a restaurant and a ride. So we quickly went back to buena vista street and headed for the exits. We had to leave early to get ready and go for supper before heading to the jets game. We took the bus back to the hotel and had a little time to relax before we had to leave. We took a cab ...
... realized the SEC underdog would be making an appearance in the game against us. As soon as the Big 10 game looked promising, Rufio and I bid on a pair of tickets for just over face value. A few hours later we received confirmation that we would be joining 90,000+ fans of both our teams to watch our schools fight for the infamous crystal ball.
The “polar vortex” that had stranded thousands of passengers in airports all across the ...