Laguna Hills Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... that awkward patriotic kerfuffle, we finally got into the park and just one look at the coasters made my stomach flip. Especially unusual for me since I'm usually all for action thrill rides, but once again, I wasn't feeling 100%. The roller coasters are all rated from 1 to 5, from "low thrill" to "aggressive thrill". Being the daredevils we are, we only rode ones with a rating of either 4 or 5 - "high" or "aggressive" thrill. The first roller coaster we went on was ...
... up with contiki people who were doing the Los angles city tour, but staying at a different hotel. Eventually the bus arrived and we all got on. It was a short trip back to downtown. I got dropped at the double tree and walked back to the hotel via an ATM. I got back to the hotel, tydied up, used the internet and discovered that via facebook one of the guys that i used to work with was killed in a fishing accident. After that shock and trying to find out more i gave up and went to bed.
... 28 days, which we were very proud of! That list - in no particular order was - Disneyland, California Adventure, Alcatraz, Lombard Street, Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Monica and her family, Cammie and her family, The Tinglers and their Newport boat ride, Circle Line tour especially seeing the Statue of Liberty, Nike store, Universal Studios, High Roller, Ellen's Stardust Diner, Legoland, Yosemite, Muirwoods, Monterey Aquarium, Empire State Building, ...
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we made an executive decision then to pop over to Disney and make the most of the day by going to all the FastPass rides (because they were quieter in Cali by now) so that tomorrow we don't have to try and queue for those.
So a mad dash about the park ensued, stepping around the Mickey's Soundsational Parade at one point to quickly get on It's a Small World whilst everyone ...
... I didn't need to know them to be completely moved by the ceremony. I was crying ten minutes in-- I was especially touched by the very familiar and loving way Jim married them. I actually cried periodically through the evening just because of how beautiful it was.
After the ceremony, I helped take some pictures and met Steve, and then the ceremony started. It was an incredible evening filled with ...