Residence Inn Costa Mesa Newport Beach
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All week I have been humming 'California Sun' by The Rivieras. Could it be the visits to Newport Beach, its stretching mass of sand and long lines of skinny palms? Or perhaps it was just that I was 'going out west' to see if I belonged?
Whatever it was I was definitely ‘out there having fun in the warm California sun’. I became a regular dog walker staying with Steve and Dolores for the week, south of LA in Costa Mesa ('Coesta Maysa'). ...
... bags are great too; produced or ordinary, personalized or not. Whatever means, they'll often be useful for us. What makeis them bad is the fact that we-don't know how to make use of them and put them properly.
Customized printed plastic bags are one reply to our increasing problem with plastic disposable. Consequently, rather than looking at those lightweight bags as trouble, make use of them. Change them into anything more beautiful and ...
... for two hours, instead you only have to wait a few minutes because you get
to go in a special line. Fast Passes are free, but you can only get one at a
time and some rides run out fast. Make sure you get a map of the park and the
rides that offer Fast Passes will be labelled. Some people who have Park Hopper
tickets sometimes switch between Disneyland and California Adventure because
both parks offer Fast Passes and you are allowed to have one in each park. If
... but encouraged by the rollercoaster experience I thought the Ferriswheel will be a walk in the park. But it was fun. The best bit was when the ride finished.
We saw the fireworks at 8.40pm. It was worth waiting for. Masses of other people had the idea. Disney know how to crowd control. Heaps of security people milling around.
Sat 11 Jan
More shopping. This time at the biggest shopping centre on the West Coast - South Coast Plaza. With sore feet ...
... a wheelchair as support and getting on the rides ahead of long queues.
I am aware this may sound petty, but to my surprise this morning on the news came the announcement Disneyland were going to make the disabled pay for entry and further some of their previous privileges were being stopped. I am not at all surprised this abuse got up enough peoples noses, but feel very sorry for the real disabled who are going to suffer as a result.
A second ...