Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Chino Valley
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... go back almost 60 years -- hard to believe! They took us "lighthouse looking" yesterday along the coast -- we found all three lighthouses. The Long Beach Lighthouse, 65 feet high with a focal plane height of 105 feet, is a relatively new lighthouse and serves as a private aid to navigation. There was a wedding party having their pictures taken in front of the lighthouse when we visited it. The Point Vicente Lighthouse, 67 feet ...
... as we got closer to Los Angeles -- amazing how you can be hot and look upwards (way upwards!) and see snow. We will be spending 6 weeks in California and staying in 8 different parks. Currently we're in a lovely county regional park -- the San Bernardino County Prado Regional Park in Chino, CA. Our site overlooks a 60-acre lake and we're looking forward to spending a week here -- some visiting with family and friends, some touristing, some shopping, ...
... to a screening of the new National Geographic documentary Killing Jesus. The film proceeded dinner and a panel discussion with the director, a producer, and the actor who played Jesus. It was very interesting to see that the man playing Jesus was a Muslim, the producer was Jewish, and the director said he "was raised Christian." (Whatever that means). The discussion was very intriguing, but seemed to at points dip into the theme of ...
... s eyes were like saucers as we approached the main Disneyland shops. Star Wars was in full bloom with t-shirts grabbing his immediate attention. We wandered through the chaos of children crying and parents making promises they couldn’t keep and continued on to look at the other shops along the strip. We were thinking of eating at some of the restaurants however their waits were long and we couldn’t be bothered hanging around ...
Today we explored the Disneyland park.
Started out with California Adventure - and we wondered around enjoying the commitment to the experience. As with Megan's last visit it was a gentle reminder that yes, these parks whilst able to be enjoyed by adults, they really are for families to go to! Lots of little kiddy rides and experiences. But, still the atmosphere is pretty spectacular.