Knights Inn Buena Park/Anaheim
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... had the soup which was apparently nice. The server then tried to sort out main... Both vegetarian options contained mushrooms: my sworn enemy. So, after back and forth correspondence to the kitchen through the server, I ended up with some vegetables, pita chips and pieces of melon. Hardly filling. Jake had chicken and vegetables, then extra chicken. He really enjoyed his. For dessert, chocolate brownie with ice-cream was perfect, so I had that. Jake ...
... many many hours without road candy or hamburgers - but gasoline and toilets become the prime directive after a few hours. The car is thirsty, and .. uhm... yeah .. the body dictates. Siri excels in answering "Route to nearest gas station". She is not quite as hot on "nearest public toilet" - when I tried this in Half Moon Bay, she expected me to drive 471 miles to a self cleaning toilet in northern California. But gas stations have toilets, so ...
... Calico Railroad, which is an authentic 3 ft (914 mm) narrow gauge 10 minute train ride around the park.
Peter and I had an Old Time Photograph taken and finally watched an Indian tribal dance.
Finally leaving Knott's Berry Farm, Peter and I returned to Venice Beach to join Lydia and Drazen for dinner at the Casablanca Mexican Restaurant. The restaurant is renowned for its world famous flour tortillas. We watched the tortilla ...
... Assemble" and be a complete dork. We’ve seen a lot of these kind of dressed up people charging for photos, but these guys did genuinely look awesome. Hayley managed to snap some sneaky shots as they surrounded Alex and I as we walked down Hollywood Boulevard.
We got on the open top bus and went upstairs to get the best view we could. Now, on the one hand it was cool to get a tour of the city, on the other it was bloody sweltering hot and unless we were moving there was ...
... row of seats are separate bucket seats with a gap in he middle to access the back row of seats. This was extremely comfortable and way easier to get in and out of, also appeared much roomier! We drove back to our hotel and parked on the car park and met up with everyone for breakfast. We got our last bits and pieces organised in the room and then set tomtom for Six Flags Magic Mountain. Only an hour drive away. The traffic was pretty good with only ...