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... flew over orange groves was a nice touch too!
One of the landmarks of this park is an enormous ferris wheel with a huge image of Mickey Mouse on it. We decided to go on it to get the view over the park from the top. Since the gondolas you sit in actually moved and swung as the Ferris wheel moved, Max wisely chose a "non-swinging" gondola. (I'd never seen sick bags on a ferris wheel before, but Gary said he saw evidence that they might be needed!)
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... had come straight out of a cartoon. Little kids would love it here, especially our little Echidnas Vanessa!
A few more gift stores and homes to look at and then we made our way past the Mad Hatters Tea Party (yes the spinning tea cups) and headed for the firework area in front of the Princess Castle. We decided to head as close to the entrance as we could for a quick getaway but then Aaron hurt his leg so we decided to keep walking to the bus stop ...
... both were just gorgeous, we rode a couple of roller-coasters and a few other rides, was a lot of fun but did upset my tummy just a little !!
We are now back in LA filling in the afternoon and fly tonight back to Melbourne.
It has been a fantastic holiday, but we are both ready to come home, missing everyone and cant wait to see our little Charlie Bear for lots of cuddles
... the Forrest Gump movie and themed accordingly. The best thing was the way to attract the waiters' attention. Two number plates were on the table, you flipped the top one over (Run Forrest Run) to reveal a red plate with 'Stop Forrest Stop', and the next waiter who passed would stop by and ask how he could help. One amusing guy also would come around to each table why they were waiting and ask them trivia from the movie. Funnily enough I had ...
... br> What would the Coast be without some history … so we went to check out the historic Cottages from the 1920-30s, half of them are nicely restored and the other half is still falling apart. All leftovers from the good old beach days. But it gives us the imagination, for all the films made here, starting out in 1917… Crystal Cove's beautiful Canyon ...