DoubleTree Club by Hilton Orange County Airport
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Woke at our lovely new Hotel to yet another lovely breakfast, and after having a look around in the daylight - and realizing the hotel was right on the cliff face overlooking the beach - we packed again to continue our coastal tour down to LA. This leg turned out to be three hours long, weaving its way along the spectacular roadway, through the beautiful town of ...
... the iconic glowing Disneyland castle as Tinkerbell danced in the sky, mesmerizing the crowd. The show was a fireworks story, traveling through various rides at Disneyland and depicting that experience in fireworks form in front, to the side and even behind us - it really had to be seen to be believed. Spectacular in every sense of the word, this was a fitting way to end our time at this wonderful place. ...
... and we just wanted to get away from the throngs of people. So we rafted over to the old “Tom Sawyer’s Island” (now it’s called “Pirate’s Lair” due to all of the popularity of pirates), and explored around there. Josie was more thrilled about it than Mac, but he seemed okay with it. It’s not the same, however. Fort Wilderness is closed, and doesn’t have the same feel as before. Or ...
... River then Duarte, Monrovia and Pasadena. At this point I got out of the car for a leg stretch after two hours driving. After Pasadena I took the Arroyo Seca Parkway which used to be called the Pasadena Freeway and was one of the many routes that 66 had taken into Los Angeles. I left the parkway and followed Sunset Boulevard to the point where it intersects with Santa Monica Boulevard and turned towards the ocean. ...
... fancier too. I had the monte cristo sandwich, which I'd had on my last trip to disney but it was presented in a more special way and had more sauces with it. It also included a starter salad and bread was served to the table.
After lunch we got the other perspective on it and went on the pirates of the Caribbean ride. I was on it last time but enjoyed it, so wanted to go again. Always a good ride. From that ride we went to the jungle cruise, which I ...