Extended Stay America - Orange County - Lake Forest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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As per usual we woke early and had another ripper breakfast before heading off to the Downtown Disney shopping centre complex, which is situated right next to Disneyland and California Adventure. This mall is run by Disney and is brilliant - the shops are decked out with spectacular facades, just like they are part of Disneyland itself. The whole place is clean as a whistle too - as we have come to expect from ...
... 2.5 hours. We instead headed to the Matterhorn, which was another ride that I don't think I ever tried in Disney World (I don't even know if Orlando has it?). That one, an older steel roller coaster, was also fun, but what I wasn't expecting was to get soaked by the pool of water we crashed into at the end. I think Jonathan and I got the brunt of the splash because we were in the front, so I was dripping for a long while afterwards, but it was worth it.
We walked ...
... of us in our cars.
The cars on Autopia are new to us. Gone are the little speedsters that looked like classic Corvettes. Now they’re more of a generic shape. Not as much fun or stylish, on our opinion, but we’re old school.
Next up, the Matterhorn. Egad, the wait time was 45 minutes long. However, the line was in the shade, so Mark found a quiet seat and Cheryl, Mac and Josie got on the ride. ...
... and triple chocolate ice cream flavors, with oreos as a topping.
This evening, we had a girls hair session, as Ann is a hairdresser, we all got highlights and/or lowlights. On a normal occasion, I would go for natural colours, but today, I got blonde highlights as well as purple highlights. The purple is a nice soft colour, and so isn't instantly recognisable, but it still looks pretty cool.
... on the history of the company and then boarded for the tour in the electric tram. Our tour was 11 plus the guide, Thom and we wound around the various lots and sound stages getting the history of the sets and got some idea of the economics of the movie business. With different treatments and plantings a single frontage went from the Walton’s home to an Inn for the recent Gilmore Girls series. Some of the homes have ...