Eldorado Coast Hotel
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Well we made it all the way to L.A. after a turbulent 14-hour flight from Sydney and spent 3-days in the humongous and exhausting but fun-filled metropolis! No matter how much free wine and movies they offer me onboard flights I would still rather avoid flying whenever possible. Unfortunately the flight was inescapable according to Google maps …
... was pretty busy. We started off with church with the Pennsylvania cousins and our grandparents, then lunch with the grandparents at El Pollo Ina. After lunch, we booked it to the beach out on Balboa, which was followed by more swimming out at Rancho Santa Margarita with most of our cousins in the pool.
Today consisted of downtown Disney shopping and some frantic packing to barely make it on time to the ...
... ride. Transformers the Ride in 3D was next best, an incredible combination of 3D and flight simulation, the visuals were absolutely amazing. The Jurassic Park ride was cool, thanks to the 84 foot drop down the waterfall. The splash actually knocked one of my contacts out of focus for a good few minutes! Even better was after these adventures, the staff applauded you. For surviving? Not sure, but was still nice to be applauded lol! We also did Shrek in 4D which was ...
It was officially our first day in sunny California. After devouring in a buffet of delicious breakfast, we hopped onto the bus for an hour long trip to the "Home of Hollywood." The spinning globe bearing the famous name of Universal Studios brought wide grins upon everybody's faces. The first stop on our eventful day was the Jurassic Park ride. Riding along the green lagoon, we were greeted by dinosaurs, a heap of water and a steep drop where we got sprayed by a pool of water, where ...
... for the entire centre, so inevitable queues in both mens and ladies. On the way out we stopped by the Van store to check out the prices - only $45-$50 for styles that cost $100 in Sydney! Tara bought another canvas coloured pair and Sean and Steve bought leather boots - total bill about $250. We headed back to the hotel after that, a little earlier than we should but hoping our rooms would be ready - one was but we had to wait until about 5pm for ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking