Stanford Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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Yesterday we went over to the Fender Factory for the tour. Good tour, learn't a lot. Was really amazing seeing how handmade they are still really. Lots of people working in there. They make approx. 350 guitars a day in this factory and 500 a day in the Mexico factory. Can you believe Dwight walked out of there without a purchase?! We spent the …
... The longest we waited was 30mins.
The rides were fantastic. We were gobsmacked with awesomeness after awesomeness. I really enjoyed the Indiana Jones ride which had a great mix of thrill and theme. Finding Nemo, Space Mountain, Buzz Lightyear, It's a small world, Dumbo the flying elephant, and Splash Mountain were all incredible.
We were shocked at the amount of people we saw that ...
... aim and shoot when he was turning it for his own aim. In the end, Jordan came out with 27,000 points and me, a piddly 2700. At last it was time for the fireworks, which were - for lack of better description, absolutely magical! The castle had it's own little light show going while the fireworks were being let off to music. I had never seen such an amazing fireworks display as this, I was glad we decided to stay late to see them. When they finished, the street lamps sprayed "snow" ...
... thing we have discovered people like to do here is "Pin Trading". It is very big here in the States. People buy pins (refer to photos) and then they trade them around with other people. A bit like swap cards I guess but with pins or (badges or broaches).
Space Mountain was definitely my favorite ride for Disneyland. It was a roller coaster in the dark! The special effects were pretty spectacular. Blacky and Aaron both had their eyes shut for most ...
... managed to swap a house in L.A thanks to the kind offer of our Idaho Falls mates to put their Yellowstone cabin into the deal. So it all seemed to come together. About this time we decided we didn’t have passion to launch another expedition with or without the RV to kill the last week of our stay (probably would have been Sequioa national park) so instead bumped our flight forward a week.
As the traffic sped towards L.A we started to work our phones sorting ...