Holiday Inn Laguna Beach
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... by to give him a water bottle while I ran to the nearby Starbucks to tell them what happened and ask for an ice water, which they immediately gave me. Thankfully, an off-duty EMT saw what was happening and stopped by the side of the road as well. We continued to talk to the man until the ambulances arrived, and, by this point, the man seemed miffed that everyone was making such a fuss and he kept saying he wanted to just get home. ...
... I am a kid and tomorrow I will be 40 again. We saw several characters out, but did not see Mickey or Minnie for a photo opp. They have there own venues for crowd control. These character even sign autographs! There are LOTS of unaccompanied adults around! That means they have no children. It got hot and I had a sinking feeling. Susan never wavered through the day. I did get my second wind, but Ed had to do more rides than I. ...
... get to the Disneyland park that first day but we ended up shopping for food and stuff (shampoo, socks, etc.) instead and we all passed out very early.
I keep reminding myself that vacation is all about taking it easy and being flexible. I think I still have a lot to learn from my friend Hester in that sense ;)
This morning we got up EARLY (which wasn't ...
... We started with the Disney Railroad Train which takes you around the entire park and it was a good way to see different sections of the park, etc. Once arriving back where we started we took a stroll down "Main Road, USA." Went first into a big Disney souvenir shop and bought a few things (Note: Everything is super expensive!) Then went to get a table at the Carnation Cafe. It was unfortunately a 1 hour wait to get a table but we put our names down and wandered up and ...
... down in 70 degree weather looking at palm trees all decorated and fake snow on people lawns, but it was a blast and am so glad we got to experience that in for our first Christmas here. It was a treat and much needed while preparing for our future full time Boondocking lifestyle. And for any of you wondering what that term "Boondocking" means, it is when you dry or disperse camp on public land, in federal parks or wherever allowed out on your own in most cases ...