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... almost crying to screaming with joy as the log we were in went head first down a steep raging waterfall. Ginny was at the front and she was drenched! Pirates of the Carribean - this too was awesome, not as scary for the kids but still exciting. We had a relax as we rode around the outskirts of the park on the railway, making our way to Autopia, a ride where you go in a car each around a track, which Sam loved. Ginny went on Space Mountain - and even ...
... I was to be Guest-of-Honour, which was no mean feat being that the was an actor from Bones and a commercial director in attendance too.
Preparations for the event coincided with my niece’s first birthday, a day I of course remember very well from last year. If you'd told me on the day she was born that one year on I would be picking lemons from a tree to make fresh lemonade in a Californian kitchen I would’ve said you were Califronia Dreamin’. ...
... I'm going to travel Route 66 in it's entirety. I want to not only gather stories of the towns but the people who lived in them in their hay day as well as those that live there now.
Originally, I was hoping to publish a book on the subject but I feel maybe a blog would be a good measure of interest and then I can possibly move on from there. So this is entry one...
... the hotel in time to catch our ride to Anaheim.
While at Hollywood Boulevard we ate lunch
at the Hard Rock Café, which was a very different and neat experience. I liked
the variety of music they played and the memorabilia throughout the restaurant.
While on Hollywood Boulevard I got to meet
Johnny Depp, Leonardo Dicaprio, Brad Pitt, and many other stars…just kidding!
We went to ...
... last night! We promise to come back again for the next show, and head back over to Toon Town, which we haven’t been to yet. Passing by It’s a Small World, another parade is starting! But this is a good thing – we notice the queue for It’s a Small World is almost non-existent, so we head onto that ride. It’s a very gentle boat ride with lots of cute animatronics showing the countries around the world. ...