Anaheim Carriage Inn
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... space it was filled up with a few different size pipes that snaked throughout the submarine.
The RMS Queen Mary was an amazing vessel. Built in 1936 it had a huge amount of history from the time it was used by the British Postal Service and being requisitioned by the Royal Navy during WWII to being converted to a luxury liner crossing the Atlantic to it's final resting place in ...
... plus the set of Wisteria Lane from Desperate Housewives. We also saw Norman Bates Hotel along with the 'psycho' house. There was also Jaws who shot up out of the water right next to the trolley.
After the tour we then went down to the Lower Lot to ride the Revenge of The Mummy! No, they didn't jump on my back for a piggy back ride! This was a roller coaster ride in the semi darkness and at one part we actually went backwards! ...
... people visit Hollywood to see the famous sign. It was hard to get a good photo of the Hollywood sign since we were on the bus and we didn't stop for photo opportunities so I got maybe one okay shot out of 20 attempts. We stopped for an hour or so to stroll down Hollywood Boulevard, where we were able to see part of the "Walk of Fame". There were many familiar names on the stars and even ridiculous ones, such as "Godzilla" and "The Victoria Secret Angels". Peter ...
... swings. We also went on "Mickey's Fun Wheel", which actually turned out to be not fun at all, for me anyway! At first sight it just looks like a regular Ferris wheel, but on this one, some gondolas are set on their own rings within the wheel and as the wheel turns, obviously the gondola has to come down with gravity, so it swings along it's ring. It was a bit like being on a swinging pirate ship that was on a ferris wheel - It was actually quite terrifying, gondolas aren't ...
... can't believe we are actually here!!
Back to all the rides we loved and a few new rides that we weren't able to go on previously. We were really pleased to see the Nemo submarine ride was back in action. They had been doing repairs on it since January and had plans to axe the ride completely. Apparently the public voted it back so we got to do the underwater submarine adventure too.
While we were standing in the queue we met ...