SpringHill Suites Corona Riverside
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... a lot of time. We all found the Vans store and it had skate ramps inside at the back of that shop, that was rather unusual.
We found a few bargains, had some lunch at Subway, (which was very much like home with some added extras like soup and pizza!) and then worked our way back to the hotel to do some washing and top up our hot spot jet pack. Technical Support was not great here and in most places is very time consuming.
... behind the wheel, in which Robyn lost her hat and was lost forever. Will and I did the haunted house in the NewOrleans Quarter, Will drove his own car in Cartopia, jungle tour on river boat was interesting and Will did the canoe ride on his own. By 3.00 we hit our use by time and headed back to the air condition comfort of our hotel and swimming pool. ...
... the Cars ride the Grizzley Park Rapids ride and the Ferris Wheel at Californis Park and Splash Mountain, Indiana Jones ride and the Wild West roller coaster at Disneyland. The World of Colour was a great experience and the parades in both parks were ...
... Austin, Liz and John for 2 days before we hit the road and head North. Saturday night we squeezed in a great night at the still "retro style" Dodger stadium. All though we were top row the energy was good. Austin, the lefty that he is, discovered what's most likely to be his favorite sport as he grows into a "little man." Great Father's day event for John and myself. There's nothing like watching (Siena squirm in her chair) Owen at a baseball ...
... by man and rises several thousand feet high. I am curious about these mountains and google maps seem to indicate a road that twists and turns up into the heights. I follow the map but end up at a closed gate, and beyond that gate, a dirt road that is being utilised by walkers, joggers and mountain bikers. There are lots of walking tracks that climb straight up the spine of the ridges that touch down near the entrance. These tracks look tough and don't ...