Hilton Garden Inn Anaheim/Garden Grove
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... comfort of the Queen Elizabeth and be cosseted in my institutionalised lifestyle for one more night. Sunday, on the other hand was distinctly miserable. Unusually heavy and persistent rain beat down on us to the extent I wasn't able to leave the pier for well over an hour after leaving the ship. The arrangements at the hotel were chaotic, added to which I was going to stay in a building site. Although there was no lobby, no lounge and no restaurant my ...
... br> And that’s us! We caught a taxi to the airport with our hundred kg of baggage and sat waiting for our flight. The whole way home I kept wondering at the fact that it all went off without a hitch - the camper didn’t break down, we didn’t get mugged or ripped off, no injuries or illness, we didn’t even lose anything more important than a jandal. I’ve obviously got a good team and all of us have a fair amount of Luck!
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... shot down a steep canal before splashing into the river below. We got wet, and Nomes thinks my look of fear from the on-ride photo tells the story. I was more worried about getting wet, but the stomach lurching drop was not that enjoyable.
Onto Mickey's Toontown with crazy, quaint buildings and huge fake 'toony' hills that towered over this 'world'. We sat for a while on a bench just watching the people hurry past, children tugging at their Mum's shirts begging for ...
... we hung out a lot. He took us to our hostel so that we could drop off our stuff and we then headed to Santa Monica Beach where we met up with his girlfriend. Santa Monica Beach is famous for its pier, which is home to rollercoasters, a Ferris wheel and many food places. I recognized it from a number of movie scenes. We walked down the beach and the boulevard until the sun went down and our stomachs started to rumble. After a lovely Asian dinner and a boba tea desert he dropped us off ...
... to stay in L.A. for two nights so we could spend a day seeing a few things that we wanted to see. The hotel was expensive (and we got a deal on it for 1/2 price? Hmmm) but it was in a good location and had a free shuttle bus to the airport.
We spent the afternoon walking around the area. A grocery store was located right behind our hotel, so we were ...