The Westin South Coast Plaza
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... in red, white and blue everyone stood, hand on heart, for The Star Spangled Banner which started the parade. The patriotic flavour continued as classic cars carrying veterans and politicians came in a slow caravan down the people lined streets, waving and smiling as they went.
Taking the small 5 minute ferry which was little more than a barge back to the mainland we went on to a Chili Cook-Off in Tustin. A family affair, there were numerous stalls ...
... of Yosemite, replete with even more awesome views (and some less mountainous and more hilly areas that had quite an English feel, I thought), we got onto the freeway. I shared the driving with Rich, who did most of the freeway driving (which I didn’t like very much). He finished the drive which ended with the huge traffic jam. We only had dinner at Denny’s, off the Interstate 5, because I suggested we ...
... at nine, so 10 minutes before nine we lined up to go on Space Mountain
one last time and because we were in line we still got to go on the ride even
after nine. After going on the ride we still had time to do some shopping,
which was nice.
I really loved
watching the nightly parades at both parks. I would highly recommend it to
everyone. They are not too long, but it gives you a chance to take a rest and
see any characters that you may have ...
... like Luke Skywalker, Darth Maul, Darth Vader and the erudite Yoda were all there in bricks. There was a huge X-wing fighter that consumed 5.3 million bricks and took 32 brick engineers to build. Does anyone know how to get a job as a Lego brick engineer? What qualifications do you need to posses? There were also the obligatory amusement rides. For safety reasons they were not constructed of Lego. Steel featured prominently. My favourite ride was the gentle ferry around the Mini Village.
... in history 30 - 50 years with the music, dress of staff and the decor inside the Dinner.
The meals were as usual - too large and we left our now customary 25% of the meal. The meals were lovely and we enjoyed ourselves.
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