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... we had to power walk/run through the crowd to the one ride everyone was aiming to get on first: The "Radiator Springs Racers". It was the race between people and families with strollers! The line grew very quickly and we still had to wait at least an hour before we could get on. Thankfully, it was well worth the wait! It is a slot car kind of track, that cruises through popular places in Pixar's "Cars" movie, including the tractor-tipping field, Ramone's paint job service ...
... from inside the vehicle, have a quick gawk and keep driving, though I always note the minor sacrilege mentally.
Gooseneck state park is just a parking lot and a camping site looking over a series of dog legs in the San Juan river that almost bends back on themselves, but has not yet carved a logical path and meanders off each time a half a mile in the wrong direction. The camp site's are right on the edge of the cliff and lets you decide how close you park to ...
... the fabled Highway 1, the last road we'd take back to San Francisco. We stumbled across the Emma Wood State Beach and pulled in - thankfully they had a couple of bays free. Erin went solo up the beach and went for a dunk in the Pacific, I had a snooze. The pacific air was thick with bonfire smoke (every bugger had a fire going) but it was lovely to drop off to the sound of the Pacific lapping the shore and even nicer to wake to the same sound.
... from a very helpful guy that there was and are up and escalator that there maybe seats…sure enough there was and we were able to hide from the madding crowds.
I went foraging for food and water and we spent our time there.
We then went down to Qantas about 30mins before the check in opened and got first in line. I don’t think I’ve ever been FIRST in line for ANYTHING!!!
... off early we headed to the shops to purchase all our camping gear, only $110 each for tent, cookers etc... Not bad at all as this will be our sleeping and eating facilities for around 3 weeks. With a few more LA sites to tick off the box we headed to universal studios hoping to see something however the only way was to pay $84 so we swiftly turned around and made our way up to the Hollywood sign where we embarked on a 3 mile uphill walk to the top! It gave us more great views and was ...