Hotel Pepper Tree
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today started just like any other USA theme park day; alarm, get up, shower, breakfast, pack camera gear, coffee from Starbucks then walk across to Disney park shuttle bus stop. I spent the day with Debbie and Liam again, but we also met some other friends throughout the day and enjoyed some of the rides together. Always fun with a group. The California Adventure park was Disneyland's original car park. It's amazing what they've done with ...
... based on Fantasia. There was fire, fireworks, smoke, water and music. Then Pirate boats, paddle steamers and other boats sailed down past with dancers and singers and fireworks on. Then the grand finally was a massive fire work display as only America could do but I must admit Australia's are better colours and different patterns but here they are more for the big bang!!
A great day and a 5 minute walk back to the hotel. Finally a sit down and nice cup of tea..
... in his pocket and had to be pat down - So strict! The airport security staff were super grumpy, probably because they don't work for tips (Ha). Once all of this was over, it was time to wait in Duty Free at Starbucks for a decent time before being able to board. Our plane was part of Air New Zealand's new fleet built in Seattle not that long ago, a Boeing 777. We called it the "party plane" because the lights were purple hued and faded into different colours ...
... Station, and she was totally right. It was just a cuter, mini version of the giant station in New York City.
We got our baggage from the carousel and found a taxi, then headed to our apartment in Hollywood. We found the right place (easy enough), and followed the detailed instructions on how to get inside. Firstly you have to enter a code into the front door of the building. When the door unlocks you enter, walk through another set of doors, through ...
Up early today, no sleeping in Disneyland here we come! We got out tickets for the shuttle (which cost us $5.00 each and last all day as many trips as we like to and from Disneyland). We arrived at Disneyland only to realize that I had not put the SD card back in my camera! That was an expensive lesson. Off to the Kodak shop who charged us $28 for an 8GB SD card! That might have hurt a bit! Anyway that sorted and we were straight off to see if we needed to ...