Days Inn Disneyland West
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... rode the Jurassic Park log flume. The reproduction of the enormous dinosaurs was impressive. Stella was a bit concerned that she would get to wet on the ride but once she'd donned all of our jerseys for protection we were in for the family ride. This time we sat in the front of the log and got a lot wetter than the first time. Everyone except Stella!
The rides were great but the ...
Today we had a pick up of 8:20am just down the road from our resort outside Tiffy's restaurant. We were then taken to the bus terminal to connect with our LA/Hollywood and Santa Monica tour. This tour we were going to do on Friday, but found out we were the only ones booked on it, so it would probably be cancelled, so we swapped with our Universal Studios Tour.
Anyway, there were only 10 of us on this tour in the end! This was good, as we could chop and change seats ...
... pavlova. Jordan and I went for a cooked breakfast, bacon/ham steak and eggs - A good choice we found, as we could finish almost all of it. There was a choice between a side of cornbread, toast or hot biscuits. Turns out "hot biscuits" are not freshly baked cookies, but scones! And "cornbread" is like a bad sponge cake, what we had at the Orientation breakfast back in Hawaii.
After breakfast we returned to the hotel and had a ...
... 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 ...
True to the old adage, the second best day of owning an RV is the day we sold it. We got a good price making our money back minus many hours of fixing and tinkering with all the systems . We left the old beast in much better shape than when we got her and the V10 still hadn’t missed a beat over 12,000 miles! When I looked around her for the last time I had a brilliant moment of nostalgia as a thousand memories flooded into half a second but as the ...