Hampton Inn Norco-Corona-Eastvale
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... we ubered again and off to Santa Monica to look at the world famous beach & Santa Monica Pier. The beach was nice but just a beach, the pier was cool, with a mini amusement park, a good view of LA and playful seal, possible escapee from Seaworld as it would wave at you. When we walked back along the pier, Byron accidently walked into a group of Asian ladies getting their photo taken. The just laughed and asked him to get in their photo with him. We ...
... their sleep over plans.
The next morning was a trip after breakfast, to the complex's local water park. Andrew and I were so impressed with the complex and it's great child friendly bike / scooter/ walking paths and lay out of the whole place, it really was a great place to live and we could see why Peter and Wendy enjoy living there.
After the fun morning at the waterpark, it was time to head back for a quick lunch, before we said ...
Up & off back to Disneyland today - we had a 3 day pass & felt we'd return to Disneyland as we definitely didn't see it all. Repeated some rides ..... Big thunder Mountain Railroad, Matterhorn Bobsleds & Space Mountain. Tried out new ones .... Buzz Lightyear Astroblasters, Jungle Cruise, Mark Twain River Boat, Snow Whites Scary Adventures, Sleeping Beauty's Castle & the others went on ...
... a few diversions because of filming in Downtown LA - but no traffic and plenty of open road on the freeway. It was all done and dusted just on the hour and without a fuss we were dropped at the Portofino, checked in the luggage and with nary a backwards glance were literally sprinting down Disney Way to get to the gates of the park.
This was a first time visit for Carolyn, Von and Julie and of course a Birthday visit for Denise and a just so ...
... juices & hot drinks, and some hot food. Waffles, and fried potatoes were the staple. Each day the eggs & meat alternated between a type of scrambled egg & little sausages, or an omelette style egg (complete with processed cheese hidden inside) & ham steak. We were pretty simple; I went for the hot food with an occasional treat of a waffle, and my son had toast. The restaurant will try and entice you downstairs to Captain Kidd's ...