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... township, which during summer has 40,000 visitors and has all sorts of hotels, gift shops, swimming pools, restaurants and other various tourist traps, doesn’t have a single locker facility. I guess everyone who isn’t staying in a hotel just takes everything up the mountain. Seriously?
Anyway, I stored my non-valuables in a “communal bear locker” (something you put things in so that bears can’t steal them, but presumably ...
... ride. We were 'contacted' by by the FBI and told to park in safety immediately (which just happened to be yet another dark warehouse). The 3D effects were great with the characters from the film explaining the perilous situation we were in. We were then part of a high speed chase through the streets of a city with helicopters shooting us, cars crashing into us and a huge jump at the end. All excellent!
After all that excitement we went to see the ...
... I'm just going to write about our travel to the airport and the flight over. The beginning of our Rome adventures will come later.
I must say the flight was not quite as bad as I was expecting. I was dreading the 12 hours, but the seats recline a bit more than we are accustomed to and there is certainly plenty of space to get up and walk around, stretch, or just stand (we had ...
Today is our last official full day in America! We checked out of our hostel and into our fancy suite for our last night. Check in wasn't until 3pm so we had 5 hours to kill so off we went dressed like bogans to wander the streets of San Diego one last time! Feeling exhausted and run down we decided a movie was a great way to kill ...
... where Pretty Women was filmed! Afterwards we enjoyed an evening of insanely cheap tacos and beer but went to bed early as we had a very important day planned for tomorrow!
We got up and ready about 5am, eating corner shop food for breakfast (very common on the road) and took a subway to grand station, a train to Aneheim and finally a bus to our destination, all of which took several hours but got us to the brightly coloured gates of Disney Land nice and early, front of ...