The Katella Palms Hotel at Disneyland Resort
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... wasn't line-up. We later found out on the news that it got stuck and people were trapped for hours in theses glass cages with no air con and they had to manually crank the wheel to get them all down.
About 5ish we went back to the hotel as everyone was stuffed. They had free beers in the lobby which went down well after spending all day walking around in the sun. We then went back to Disneyland at 7 to watch the ...
... the roller coaster several times while it wasn't too busy. They tried to convince me to go on it but it didn't appeal yo me at all. Too fast and upside down.....�� I don't think so!
one of the areas of the park was Radiator Springs Cars Land, we all really enjoyed this, especially the " Cars" ride. You actually end up racing in the car against another. We went on this together a couple of times and won ...
... we covered 12122km. Facts. I has them. Made it to baggage claim by 11:30 and we were off. Noteworthy at LAX, greater security presence then we are used to. Guns and dogs all around. Darcy and Tilda were very impressed by a digital installation that made a wall look like a 3D waterfall as we went down escalator. In Darcy's words, "America, it sure is fancy." This was confirmed when the kids got to use an automatic paper towel dispenser ...
... Also SLIGHTLY annoying was that the parents were using a SQUEAK toy to distract him! At least Ed can Turn off his ears for a little less volume. San Diego airport is different. Only 3 gates where we parked and in a few steps you are out of security where your bags arrive. We cross the sky bridge to get to car rental shuttle. When our bus arrived the driver was a small orential fellow.
The guy was so short I was not sure if he was seeing over the steering wheel ...
... grass as a clip from the Lion King was played and when Jack Sparrow made an entrance, also appearing to be striding through the mist on the water, balls of fire and jets of flame shot up from the surface of the water as canons fired. We were about 20 metres back from the edge of the bay, but we could still feel the heat and were still dampened by the spray from the fountains. (You can tell by the detail in this paragraph that this was a favourite of ours!).