Hotel Indigo Anaheim
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... was more about banking and looping, I enjoyed it.
3) Space Mountain
Scary Factor: 2 - "Whoa"
Fun Factor: 5 - "Wheeeee"
Wait Ungodly (75+ Minutes)
The only thing better than a roller coaster, is a roller coaster in the dark, in air conditioning, and with techno blasting at you. That's space mountain. It's not as crazy as California Screaming, but it's a ...
Today we travelled from San Diego to Anaheim. We had a leisurely morning, slept in, had a delicious breakfast, then packed our bags... Hmmm, even though this is our first port of call, we have managed to acquire some more items to place in our bags. We then took a taxi to the Santa Fe station. It was a beautiful looking station with mosaic tiles on the pavement but I was so busy checking in our baggage, finding where we go, I didn't take a photo of ...
... up on one of the reseller sites. The seats were in the priority seating areas where you had your own expedited entrance, a curtain across the aisle heading to the seats and your own personal waitress - unfortunately we still had to pay for food and drink! The seats were unbelievable, with a great view of the court - Kylie couldn't stop raving about them! The game itself was unbelievable with the clippers starting very slowly before edging ...
... boulevard and walk down the 'walk of fame'. Took photos of Arnie's star and had breakfast whilst watching the fat man from 'Modern Family' shoot an advertisment. It is a crazy little town. Whilst walking down Hollywood Blvd, Joan Rivers passed away. Within minutes, there were cameras, helicopters and reporters all surrounding her star on the boulevard. Alex nearly got asked for an interview but was saved by a keen American ...
... suggested otherwise, so after vegging out in the airport for a couple of hours, I took the bus into town determined to see what I could see until I crashed out.
LA was fab, eventually. The bus from the airport let me off at Union Station, which is a fantastic art deco building built in the 1930s. I wasn't expecting that.
I also wasn't expecting that the ghost of Medellin airport adminimania had followed me to LA.
I guess it ...