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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... at least surely we can't get lost. Disneyland was definitely designed for the younger kids - as we were expecting. There was 3 rides that we went on many times, but besides that, they were all for the little ones. I couldn't help but constantly think of my sisters and family back home, they would have loved this. One day i will bring them back here, that's for sure.
The best part of Disneyland was just ...
Well after a fantastic breakfast. At Minis Restaurant we headed off to Disneyland it was 40 degrees and humid. Weather conditions tested us all. The Disney train broke down due to the heat. The attention to details of the all of the worlds was amazing. The rides were quiet tame In comparison with California world. We did Indiana Jones in which drove like ...
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... which you used to taste wines
that you poured yourself using an automated system - potentially dangerous! I
tried all the local Santa Ynez Savs (all rather nice) and Gary had a lovely
Merlot. The food was amazing (scallops again and a yummy tomatillo sauce) and
we had a nice night.
Back out to the coast for our final night on the road, heading to Santa Barbara (wasn't there a daytime soap back in the day) for fish and chip lunch ...