Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Chino Valley
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... Jones. We thought we were actually in the movie for a full 9 minutes. The next ride we jumped on was Star Tours. About half way through it I heard B behind me starting to get restless. At that same moment I felt the clammy sweats coming on. By the time we were done 5 out of 6 (Siena wins) of us were on the verge of turning green. We powered through and found a fountain to sit by for snack time. A few more rides, one more show, then back ...
... School has replied to marketing opportunities, they have a golf tournament in August and will contact me with information.
We had an ad in the Servite newspaper! Great!
Stephen met a lot of our patients at Servite! Definitely worth following up with them!
How are summer patient activities shaping up? Postcard contest? Sports ...
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... ride, which is a thrilling adventure through ornate moving dioramas of Captain Jack Sparrow and his pirate crew.
Another must at Disneyland is to stay and watch the nighttime show, Fantasmic! It is a spectacular display of holograms, interacting ships on the lake and then the firework show (which puts Wellington's to shame) afterwards. We particularly enjoyed the snow shower at the end!
No photos today. It was a relatively quiet day, making sure that we all got to have that one last ride of choice, and trying to catch up on mundane things like washing before we leave here for Hawaii tomorrow.
One thing we did do today was use our 'Magic Morning', which just means we got to enter the park one hour prior to the official opening time. Along with hundreds of others. By the time we got there, the Magic Morning queues were quite long, and the 'regular' entry queues ...