Travelodge Inn & Suites Anaheim
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... film a commercial. We saw famous props, including stunt cars from movies such as "Fast and Furious", and even went through a 3D King Kong experience. The 3D is much more effective when it is in 360 view, it was like the tram was really driving through the jungle! Especially with the bumps and turns, wind and water splashing from rivers. We also went through the sound stage, where the set was a subway. It was used in the filming of "Earthquake", so ...
... up we got a FastPass for Radiator Springs Racers. It was 10am and our allotted time was 14:15 - 15:15. Cool, lock it in Eddie.
We then did;
Soarin' Over California
Grizzly River Run (this time with Mum and we all got saturated!
Silly Symphony Swings
After that we went across to Disneyland and went on;
Roger Rabbit's Car Toon ...
Late in the afternoon we jumped on the shuttle bus and went to check out Downtown Disney. Plenty of things going on down there in the evening. People everywhere, bands playing, kids building things and spending all their parents money. Yes, ours too!
Aaron finally got to RidemakerZ something he has been hanging out to do since the Greens returned with their RidemakerZ cars. I am not sure who had more fun there. Aaron or Blacky!! ...
... kill. This was mainly spent sorting more photos (sometimes I think we take far too many photos - they take ages to file and backup) and sitting on the sofa’s in the lobby. Ni managed to kill sometime painting her toenails in preparation for the beach and I managed to sneak in behind a guest to use the swimming pool for a bit. It felt a long day.
We got to the airport and did all the usual flight security stuff along with trying to spend the last of our U.S. coins which ...
... of all kinds. It is lined by the ubiquitous pine trees and we could only catch glimpses of the water through the trees. However, Peter pulled in to Baker Bay which provides access for the public to the boat ramp and beach.
We then came to Dorena Bridge. This was the prettiest of the lot with shuttered windows and easy access. The brochure said it is a popular venue for weddings and I could see why. It is now a dead end but it is possible to walk from ...