Oak Tree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we had our second day at Disney and we went round the actual Disneyland park. We started off the day with some friendly competition on Buzz Blasters which is similar to the Toy Story one in the other park but it's Buzz Lightyear & laser guns and you're shooting at actual targets not just at a screen. Then we stumbled upon the Innoventions place where they have all sorts of games consoles and electrical gadgets all over and ...
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Venice, What a difference a day makes. I slept like a baby, I wore a eye mask as Jacks room has no curtains and gets very bright very early. We had had a plan to ride the bikes down to Manhattan beach but I just needed the rest. So with not enough time to get all the way down there we rode down to Venice Pier and had breakfast at the Mercedes Grill (Cuban). It was really tasty. Afterwards we rode the boardwalk and back up to the house. Kim ...
This morning I woke up after a good 10 hours sleep feeling refreshed and ready to start my day! The first thing i did was go down to the pool to do a few laps and try out the water arobics program they had set up. The class went for 30 minutes and it killed me one of the hardest things I have ever done.
After the class finished I headed back to the hotel, had a nice hot shower, had some breakfast and got ready to meet up with my family ...
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