Homewood Suites By Hilton Ontario-Rancho Cucamonga
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... had a lovely hotel breakfast – half the price yet very nearly as good as the buffet breakfast at Tenaya Lodge. (I of course had another bacon meat mountain.)
Still reeling from last night’s exciting bear experience we checked out and got in the car to say a sad goodbye to Yosemite and begin our journey to Anaheim. Ten years later we arrived… Seriously, that’s what it feels like.
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... tell you there is really nothing like watching my 57 year old father light up like a child.
The best part of the entire day was the fireworks show. We weren't sure we were going to be able to see it because it was delayed and we had to drive to Vegas that night, but it started just in time. There were Christmas carols, and shooting stars, tons of pyro, and a wonderful light show on the castle. The most magical part though, was at ...
... One final thing about disabled persons. I have never seen so many hand or motorised wheelchairs in my life since coming to America. many of them I am sure are just elderly and do not want to walk. There are huge people over here, making me small and I think this may be in their culture.
Some are obviously really disabled and I did expect to see more as the Americans have been involved in so many ways. Injured in just the Vietnam War amounted to 58,000 ...