Fairfield Inn Anaheim Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a log and a river. You float down it without a seat belt. That means it can't be too scary, right?
4) California Screamin'
Scary Factor: 4 - "Hold on to your Fedora"
Fun Factor: 5 - "Wheee"
Wait: Medium (30 minutes)
This was my first coaster with an upside down loop. I didn't care for the big drops down at the start (that fear of heights), but once ...
... girls met Mickey and Pluto and experienced first roller coaster which though aimed at tiny kids was enough to terrify me as well as Clara. Then transferred to California Adventure and had lunch, Phoebe convincing herself that she wanted to try and bigger and better roller coaster. After lunch we split up, Clarrie and I went for a stroll and ended up in Bugs Land on a hot air balloon ride. Phoebe and Dad ended up on California Screamin', a ...
... I hope all of my makeup purchases won't exceed the weight limit, I'd like to get them all home in one piece. I eventually said goodbye to the place and came back out. Jordan wasn't happy about how long he'd had to wait for me, so it was time for some food. We had "Wetzel Dogs" which were hot dogs wrapped in a thin layer of pretzel, they were pretty good. We sat at Starbucks for a while to eat and drink and then it was back to "World of Disney" one ...
... film a commercial. We saw famous props, including stunt cars from movies such as "Fast and Furious", and even went through a 3D King Kong experience. The 3D is much more effective when it is in 360 view, it was like the tram was really driving through the jungle! Especially with the bumps and turns, wind and water splashing from rivers. We also went through the sound stage, where the set was a subway. It was used in the filming of "Earthquake", so ...
... no meat there, as it's a vegan restaurant.
From Venice Beach we were driven past LAX airport and actually went under one of the runways! From here we carried on back to Anaheim. The traffic was horrendous and it took nearly an hour and a half before we were back in Anaheim. Apparently it was rush hour, but no one was rushing that's for sure!!
That was our LA/Hollywood and Santa Monica tour! Quite a bit of travelling and a bit of 'foot power' as well!