Quality Inn Ontario Airport Convention Center
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... movie screenings (I went to the world premiere of Star Wars Episode III in 3D. Although not screened in an actual cinema, the event organisers (ReedPOP) and Lucasfilm spared no expense when it came to the projection and sound. To top off the screening, introducing the movie was one of the actors; Ian Mcdiarmid (who played Emperor Palpatine / Darth Sidious), and one of Lucasfilm's greats, Denis Muren. An extra extra bonus was them screening the ...
... than 50 years old and is bumpy, jerky and definitely made Mum feel sick! Having said that, she was quite queasy coming off the very benign Mickey's Fun Wheel (ferris wheel) and Silly Symphony Swing. She blames it on childbirth! We decided not to take Mum on the Hollywood Tower of Terror, a 60m drop inside a hotel building. Not for the faint-hearted.
We enjoyed the Autotopia ride which is a slot car experience. Anna had her first experience at ...
... an awkward photo taken with him. There was also a meet-and-greet for Captain America, who was actually quite short in person - Jordan was taller than him! Lastly came the ASIMO Robot presentation where we saw a smart robot speak, jump, run, walk up and down stairs, kick a soccer ball and even dance. It is amazing how people have created robots that are so human-like.
The Disneyland Parade was in the early evening, massive floats, many characters and dancers. We are quite lucky ...
... It was pretty amazing and showcased all the big Disney movies using massive water fountains as the backdrop and screen.
Yesterday we did the Disneyland Resort on another hot day. We got there early and managed to do a few rides with no line up. We did the Indiana Jones ride and that was scary and fun, especially for the kids. Splash Mountain was great, the final plunge down had everyone screaming. Some rides like the Haunted ...
... was a great indoor rollercoaster, we climbed abord our rocket ship, travelled through galazies and twinkling stars that looked like they were all around and then shot off. It was a thrilling rollercoaster with unpredictable twists, turns and drops that took your through pitch black 'space'. Up and down, flying around corners, stomach lurching drops and unexpected corners where we had no idea where it was heading. It was to this ride we returned at the end of the ...