Americas Best Value Inn Corona
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Having left snow and hail in SLC, two days ago, we woke today in Las Vegas at 21 degrees C. Set off for LA, about 400 km.
Passed Primm, almost on the Californian border, with the world's tallest roller coaster surrounding a hotel in the middle of nowhere. Crossed into California and travelled through the Mohave Desert, lots of Joshua trees.
Then took a detour from Barstow ...
... and then to actually enter the Exhibit Hall. There's one thing you get really used to travelling in the USA, at least if you are visiting theme parks and major 'geek' events like SWCA, the lining up!! If you thought lining up for a ride at the likes of a Gold Coast theme park, or Oz Comic Con, is a long and arduous thing, well you ain't seen nothing until you've experience a USA theme park of geek event like SWCA, San Diego Comic Con etc. You really need ...
... me that the Pacific View had no lift or ground floor rooms, so the bikes would be a challenge... Thanks. New motel found and bikes hauled up the litter-strewn stairs, we'd made it and got ourselves ready for a celebratory meal at one of the local establishments. This turned out to be Don Quixote, a Hawaiian style throwback to the '30s with fake palm trees, a huge cocktail list and 70 year old waitresses lipsticked up to the nines. Supposedly it had been started by a ...
... generation' of 3D rides. Involving the well known Transformers, the small car/transformer you were in was propelled around a track from incredible 3D scene to incredible 3D scene as part of the story as you attempted to save the planet. This was quite simply one of the best rides we had ever been on. Superb. The third ride in this section was Jurassic Park, and although it was a little dated early on, when the T-Rex appeared and your boat slid down an 84ft drop into the water below, ...
... When we were finished there, we decided to move right over and do a less intense ride, the Jungle Cruise. I've concluded it's far better at night. You can't see the animatronic animals until the spotlights show up, so there's more of an element of surprise.
After a quick pit stop, we checked the line for Space Mountain, which was 40 minutes. Although that's actually quite excellent for SM, we decided it wasn't worth the amount of time we still had in the park, which ...